Shanghai will launch a phased lockdown to curb an Omicron-fuelled Covid-19 outbreak that has hit China with its highest
caseloads since the early days of the pandemic. China’s biggest city will lock down its eastern half for five days of
testing, followed by a similar lockdown of its western side beginning on the 1st of April.
Pudong (East of Huangpu River) is now in lockdown until the 1st of April, while Puxi (West of Huangpu River) will
lockdown from the 1st of April to the 5th of April. There will be no movement and any transportation during this time.
CFS Operations in Pudong are unable to accept goods during the next four days.
FCL Truck Deliveries will be diverted to ship from Ningbo where possible.
Yangshan Terminal and Pudong Airport currently remain open however are severely log-jammed.
Outside of Shanghai, the situation in all other key cities of Tianjin | Dalian | Shenzhen | Qingdao and Nanjing is improving
with restrictions easing and operations opening up however trucking costs have increased substantially due to the
availability of drivers and backlog of orders to get through.