Shanghai Facing Supply Chain Collapse

On April 14, Shanghai, under the CCP’s strict control of lockdown, the logistics, and transportation industry has been forced to shut down, and the food and essential supplies system is facing a complete collapse.

Shanghai, with a population of more than 25 million, has been basically at a standstill since March 28, In the meantime, due to the pandemic spread, Hebei, Shandong, Zhejiang, and other more than ten provinces and cities started to strictly control the highways, which has forced many trucks to park on the highway, and the long-distance logistics has suddenly been paralyzed.

According to an executive of a large grain and oil company, even if the average single-vehicle shipping fee is increased from 7,000 yuan to 30,000 yuan, no driver is willing to accept Shanghai’s waybill. The company is preparing to send millions of grain and oil orders to Shanghai that have yet to be shipped. Although major domestic grain and oil companies have many production plants in Shanghai and its surrounding provinces and cities, they are trapped in logistics problems caused by strict control.

Grain, oil, and fresh food are even blocked in the “last mile” from where it needs to go and cannot be delivered to the residents. The food and essential supply chains in and around Shanghai, as well as the living conditions of many residents, are very concerning.

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