Workers wearing face masks helping a container ship to its berth at Qingdao port in Shandong province on February 11, 2020. Photo: China Daily via Reuters Workers wearing face masks helping a container ship to its berth at Qingdao port in Shandong province on February 11, 2020. Photo: China Daily via Reuters
Workers wearing face masks helping a container ship to its berth at Qingdao port in Shandong province on February 11, 2020. Photo: China Daily via Reuters

Shipping lines face troubled waters as oil tankers, container carriers and cruise lines stop calling on China for fear of catching the coronavirus

  • Port calls by container carriers fell 30 per cent in February, from a year ago, according to Clarksons
  • Oil shipment to China from the Middle East fell to 12 per cent of what it was a year ago on February 5

Topic |   Transport and logistics
Workers wearing face masks helping a container ship to its berth at Qingdao port in Shandong province on February 11, 2020. Photo: China Daily via Reuters Workers wearing face masks helping a container ship to its berth at Qingdao port in Shandong province on February 11, 2020. Photo: China Daily via Reuters
Workers wearing face masks helping a container ship to its berth at Qingdao port in Shandong province on February 11, 2020. Photo: China Daily via Reuters
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