Minerals shipments normalise as Yangtze river congestion eases

By Yoke Wong
Published: Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Following the end of maintenance at the three Gorges lock in the Yangtze river in China, congestion in the major shipping route has eased and minerals deliveries are also returning to normal.

Industrial minerals shipments have mostly returned to normal as the Yangtze river traffic eased following the end of the three gorge lock maintenance.  

The Yangtze is the longest river in Asia and the largest water system in China. It is a strategically important delivery route connecting in-land cities in...

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