Freight movements halted as conflict in Sudan kills hundreds
Global supply chains – already roiled by the Russia/Ukraine crisis – are facing a new ...
Fighting in South Sudan has led to a backlog of cargo, as airlines cease operations. Astral, which flies to Juba, and Signion, which trucks cargo to the country, have suspended services, while Kenya Airways and RwandAir have cancelled flights. While the airport has reopened after a brief closure, as of yesterday there was a backlog of 100 tonnes.
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