Mundra congestion compounds India’s lingering COVID-19 woes

September 17, 2020 Sep 17, 2020 9:55AM EDT

[caption caption="India’s Mundra Port handled 424,714 TEU in July, up 21 percent from 350,072 TEU in June. Photo credit: Adani Group."][/caption]Severe congestion at India’s prime container harbor, Mundra, is pushing back shipper efforts to clear order backlogs created during COVID-19 lockdowns and seize resurgent growth opportunities presented by evolving global...

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