17 August 2012 04:17 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Chinese authorities have suspended all shipments including those of petrochemicals as Typhoon Kai-tak is about to make a landfall in southern ?xml:namespace>
All shipments from Jiuzhou to Hong Kong had been suspended since late 16 August because of a yellow alert on typhoon Kai-tak in
Jiuzhou is a major port in Zhuhai city of
Typhoon Kai-tak will land in coastal region of Dianbai of Guangdong province sometime around noon on 17 August, China Meteorological Administration said in a statement on its website.
According to local media authorities had also suspended train services crossing the
Tropical storm Kai-Tak grew into a typhoon on Thursday, and the authorities raised their emergency response to Level II from IV.
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