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According to the latest news, Guangzhou’s current epidemic prevention requirements are that citizens must not leave the Guangzhou or the province unless they are necessary. From 12 o'clock on June 7th, if they really need to leave the Guangzhou or leave the province, they must hold a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours.
Shenzhen’s requirement is that from 12 o’clock on June 7th, a 72-hour nucleic acid negative certificate and a green code are required to leave the province of Shenzhen; Guangzhou or Foshan ID cards or those with a history of residence in Guangzhou or Foshan within 48 hours must be provided within 48 hours. Certificate of negative nucleic acid test.
The current local epidemics in Guangzhou and Shenzhen have severely affected the import and export of foreign trade in South China.
Yantian Port slowed down operations and delayed shipping schedules
Arrangements for the arrival of heavy export containers after June 6 are as follows:
Starting from June 7th, we will continue to maintain the export heavy container that only accepts ETA-3 days (that is, within three days before the expected arrival date of the ship); continue to strictly implement the "no appointment, no entry" system, please be sure to tow the trailer before submitting the export heavy container Make an appointment on the Peng Shipping "Easy Pickup Counter" APP or the terminal "Port Arrival Declaration" APP, and you can enter the port only after the appointment is successful.
At present, there are about 40 container ships waiting for berths in Yantian Port, and there is a backlog of about 23,000 export containers. Shipping companies such as Maersk, MSC, ONE, Hapag-Lloyd, etc. have issued notices of port skipping and cancelled the berths to Yantian International Container Terminal. When docking, Maersk even cancelled the docking at nearby Shekou Port.
Maersk stated in a customer consultation report last Thursday that the productivity of the eastern port of Yantian International Container Terminal has dropped to 30% of the normal level, and all operations of the western port of Yantian will be suspended until further notice.
Maersk expects Yantian International’s ship delays to be “more than 14 days”. At the same time, the new crown pneumonia preventive measures in Shekou Port are now restricting the transportation of export containers.