China’s Yantian Port Sees Covid Setback

13 July 2021

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 in South China’s Yantian Port is causing yet another backlog in global supply chains.

“In each region, major materials that are already experiencing shortages will continue to be impacted including metals, plastic, and food - further stalling the movement of goods and impacting prices,” said Brian Alster, General Manager, Third-Party Risk & Compliance at Dun & Bradstreet

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