In a February 10 update, OOCL said that most container terminals in China are now operating normally, with some exceptions; ports in Shanghai, Tianjin and Ningbo face "challenges in handling the flow of reefer containers due to the huge demand for reefer sockets on shore."


In its update yesterday, Maersk noted that, while work has now been allowed to resume in most provinces, companies are required to demonstrate their strict safety processes, and "most local authorities have imposed a mandatory 14-day quarantine for people returning from another province."