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Sudden strike caused container congestion at Ctg Port

Fresh container congestion has hit the Chittagong port because of the transport crisis caused by the unannounced strike in response to the protest of the students demanding safe roads.

As a result, both the delivery of import containers and its transfer to the private inland container depots (ICDs) was disrupted earlier this week.

“The transport crisis has created the congestion, which is now hampering handling of containers at the port yards,” Ahsanul Hoque Chowdhury, chairman of the Bangladesh Shipping Agents Association, told The Daily Star.

Read more on The Daily Star.

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