Drewry: get used to congestion in China

Weather is just one factor for congestion in Chinese ports. Credit: Matthias Ripp

Fast growing inbound trade is just one of the many factors causing port congestion at China’s major ports. Other factors include bad weather, the restructuring of alliance networks, ever-bigger ships and shippers’ eagerness to move cargo ahead of planned rate increases.

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