Monday, June 14, 2021

Mainstream is finally picking this up.

Another shipping crisis looms on Covid fears in southern China. 

"The disruptions in Shenzhen and Guangzhou are absolutely massive. Alone, they would have an unprecedented supply chain impact,” said Brian Glick, founder and CEO at supply chain integration platform" 

The article goes on to say: 

"Guangdong, a major shipping hub, accounts for about 24% of China’s total exports. It is also home to the Shenzhen port and the Guangzhou port — which are the third largest and the fifth largest in the world by container volume, according to the World Shipping Council.

The first local case of the Delta variant, first detected in India, was found in Guangzhou in May and has since spiked to over 100 cases. Authorities have imposed lockdowns and other measures that constrain the processing capacity at ports.


  1. oh god, can we just not?? Please??

  2. *blink* well then. the things you learn....

  3. I think we are all learning this together? I'm just trying to figure out how all of this shit is working. It is incredibly complicated. So... I guess some people are leasing boats?