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Container shipping resumed in Wuhan, bound for Japan

Updated: May 11,2020 10:10 AM    Xinhua
Aerial photo shows a cargo ship docking at Yangluo container terminal at Wuhan New Port, in Central China’s Hubei province, on May 9. On May 9, the direct river-ocean shipping line for containers from Wuhan to Japan resumed service at Yangluo container terminal at Wuhan New Port. The ship was carrying 300 tons of container cargo, including nonwoven fabrics, nonmedical masks and other anti-epidemic supplies, as well as industrial chemicals. It entered the sea via the Yangtze River and sailed to the ports of Osaka and Kobe in Japan. [Photo/Xinhua]
A crew member has his temperature checked before boarding at Yangluo container terminal at Wuhan New Port, in Central China’s Hubei province, on May 9. [Photo/Xinhua]
A cargo ship docks at Yangluo container terminal for packing operations at Wuhan New Port, in Central China’s Hubei province, on May 9. [Photo/Xinhua]
A cargo ship docks at Yangluo container terminal for packing operations at Wuhan New Port, in Central China’s Hubei province, on May 9. [Photo/Xinhua]
A cargo ship docks at Yangluo container terminal for packing operations at Wuhan New Port, in Central China’s Hubei province, on May 9. [Photo/Xinhua]

 

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