Update – Korea Cargo Transport Workers’ Strike

Because of the Korea Cargo Transport Workers’ strike that began on June 25, most inland transportation has stopped. Today, more than 60% of container movement in Korean ocean import/export was stopped.

Less than container load (LCL) transport by small trucks is still moving, however, due to issues with moving consol containers to ports, expect delayed shipping. If the strike continues into next week, all container movements, transportation for outbound LCL shipments and import discharges may be stopped.

At this time, air freight is still operating as normal.

We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available.

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