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Yantian Port: Restrictions on Dangerous Cargo handling

We would like to inform you that Yantian International Container Terminal (YICT) has implemented the following restriction with immediate effect:

  • ‘All Dangerous Goods (DG) except class 9 are not allowed to be handled at Yantian port, China. The restriction applies to all Export, Import and Transshipment cargoes.’

Shipments, which are already in transit via Yantian, will be reviewed and communicated further on case-by-case basis.

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