Yantian Container Port (YICT) surveyed major manufacturers, importers and world 50 third-party logistics providers, to get their thoughts on the business outlook for 2020, with over half expecting growth in the third quarter.Key summary:
– Over 60% of respondents confirmed business drop by 10-30% in Q1
– 55% of the interviewees predict business would resume growth in Q3
– In 2020 Q1, respondents indicated significantly increased sales for e-commerce businesses, medical equipment, home appliance, and warehouse storage
– Top signs of business resumption: China’s country lockdown completed, the COVID-19 situation got improved, sea freight bookings and sailing recovered

Yantian terminal is located in the city of Shenzhen in South China, next to the Hong Kong border. It is a natural deep-water terminal with 16 berths and a 373-hectare yard.

The port is a magnet for international exporters, with a reputation for efficiency. Half of the YICT exports are to North America, and one third to Europe.

As one of the world-top class deep-water port, YICT serves more than 36 world’s leading shipping lines. It is part of Shenzhen ports and ranked no.4 globally in 2019 for volume handled.

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