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Cargo Ship Crew Found to have COVID19

Updated: Apr 1, 2020

Maersk Cargo Ship Crew Found to be Infected With COVID19

Importers will likely see delays in the processing of arriving container ships and longer delays in offloading ships due to this latest news from China. The article from American Shipper can be found at the below link. While most cargo ships are unloaded within 24-36 hours of arrival we may see this taking 48 hours or more going forward. Please plan accordingly.

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