Shenzhen

  • Shenzhen government offices, enterprises and factories and public transport services resumed normal work and production from last Friday.

  • The covid test report within 48 hours is required for using public areas and transportation.

  • All terminals, warehouses and trucking services will return to normal gradually.

Hong Kong

  • Cross border transportation between Hong Kong and Shenzhen is slowly returning to normal, but trucking capacity is still affected by limited supply.

  • Current lead time of cross border trucking services take at least 3-5 days compared with 1-2 days in the past.

  • Logistics companies are looking for alternative ways via barge services.

  • The largest local courier service, i.e. SF Express, resumed door-to-door delivery, however the courier service to mainland China is still suspended until further notice.

  • In the longer term, authorities will work on another road map for Hong Kong and seek to reopen the city’s border to the mainland.

Shanghai

  • Multiple nucleic acid tests have been carried out over the past few days in Shanghai. Starting from today, workplaces will require residents to provide a negative COVID-19 test results taken any day from Mar 16th to Mar 20th.

  • Some factories in surrounding area of Shanghai or other cities in Jiansu or Zhejiang province are closed, and some loading operations remain on hold until they can reopen.

Qingdao

  • Qingdao port facilities, terminal, container yards and trucking services are running normally. Some factories in surrounding area of Qingdao or other cities in the Shandong province are closed and some loading operations remain on hold until they can reopen.

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