A three-week shutdown of Shenzhen’s Yantian Port ended a month ago, but now there’s a massive backlog of goods awaiting export. Photo: Martin Chan A three-week shutdown of Shenzhen’s Yantian Port ended a month ago, but now there’s a massive backlog of goods awaiting export. Photo: Martin Chan
A three-week shutdown of Shenzhen’s Yantian Port ended a month ago, but now there’s a massive backlog of goods awaiting export. Photo: Martin Chan
China trade

China shipping backlog leaves factory owners with nowhere to put goods, and prices are rising

  • A month after Shenzhen’s Yantian Port shut down for three weeks, a massive backlog of appliances, commodities and toys sit in storage, waiting to be exported
  • Manufacturers are looking to ship from other Chinese ports, while consumers may inevitably face higher prices in the end

Topic |   China trade
A three-week shutdown of Shenzhen’s Yantian Port ended a month ago, but now there’s a massive backlog of goods awaiting export. Photo: Martin Chan A three-week shutdown of Shenzhen’s Yantian Port ended a month ago, but now there’s a massive backlog of goods awaiting export. Photo: Martin Chan
A three-week shutdown of Shenzhen’s Yantian Port ended a month ago, but now there’s a massive backlog of goods awaiting export. Photo: Martin Chan
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