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Chinese ports see increase in container volume during last part of May

Despite the COVID-19 lockdowns in the country, Chinese ports were able to end the month of May on a high note. Eight of China’s major ports saw an 8.5% increase in container volumes during the last part of May, year-on-year.

The export container volume was up 13%, while the domestic volume dropped 6.3%.

The port of Shenzhen saw the most significant increase in volumes, as it recorded a growth rate of over 60%.

Meanwhile Shanghai has been slowly returning to normal factory and shipping operations after a two month lockdown. Compared to last year, the port saw a container volume growth of 0.8%. Since mind-May, its average daily handling volume grew 4.7%.

At the three major Yangtze River ports, Nanjing, Wuhan and Chongqing, cargo throughput and container volume rose to 3% and 46.1% in the end if the month.

For the entire month of May, the container volume at the eight container ports increased 4.1% year-on-year.



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