Typhoon brings more supply chain chaos in China, closing air, sea and rail hubs

More freight delays are expected in China this week, after typhoon In-Fa forced the closure of Shanghai’s container port and airport over the weekend.
And last week, the typhoon brought devastating rainfall and flooding in China’s central Henan province, disrupting operations at Zhengzhou (CGO), a major airfreight hub for cargo carriers such as Cargolux.
A spokesperson for the airline said on Friday: “Flight delays have been experienced, but things are returning to …