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Дмитрий Рыбак
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Точной инфы нет, я предполагаю- Циньдао (там регата будет), и , возможно, Синьган (из-за близости к Пекину). Шанхай- вряд-ли.

Приношу извинения, но только на английском. Зато подробно.

In an effort to reduce pollution and congestion before, during, and after the Olympic Games the Chinese government has implemented a variety of measures aimed at restricting and/or closing down heavy polluting industries, forced reductions in traffic, etc. Such measures are expected to impact cargo transportation in and around the Beijing area as well as to and from the major ports, such as Tianjin/Xingang and Qingdao.

Which cities/ports might be affected?
While Beijing is the host city there are 6 other cities hosting specific events:
(1) Equestrian events in Hong Kong
(2) Sailing in Qingdao
(3) Football (Soccer) in Shanghai, (4) Tianjin, (5) Shenyang, and (6) Qinhuangdao.
The heaviest impact, obviously, will be in and around Beijing. As for the ports, little to no impact is expected in Hong Kong, Shenyang, or Qinhuangdao. Based on our sources, Shanghai is still up in the air, but currently not expected to be impacted significantly, unless you ship cargo classified as hazardous materials, which will be restricted.

Tianjing/Xingang will be affected due to traffic control issues and possible special cargo handling and restrictions to Hazardous Materials. Qingdao is not expected to be affected despite hosting the sailing event, although some traffic control measures are to be in effect during the games.

Is my supplier/manufacturer in North Eastern China at risk of being closed down?
If they are considered a “heavy polluter” by the Chinese government chances are they were closed some time ago and/or forced to move operations somewhere else. But just because your supplier/manufacturer is still operating normally today doesn’t mean they couldn’t temporarily be asked to shut down by the government if they are deemed a pollution risk and they want to improve the pollution picture even further. We have received word that a number of “heavy polluting” factories, (such as chemical, paper, tire, metal, cement, and tile manufacturers) will be closed from July - September while others will manage to stay open due to their “superior pollution control” systems.

Bottom line, if you source a product that the Chinese government thinks causes “heavy pollution” in the course of manufacturing and your supplier doesn’t have “superior pollution control” systems they may be asked to shut down. The situation could relax or become more restrictive depending on the pollution picture as we get closer to the games.

What specific transport measures are being implemented that will affect my supply chain?
Currently in effect: Trucks weighing in excess of 3 tons restricted from entering Beijing City. Ring roads 3-5 designated by Beijing Organizing Committee for Olympic Games as “Olympic Lanes”.
July 1st - August 27th: Trucks registered in other provinces restricted from entering Beijing.
July 1st - July 19th: 20% of registered Beijing enterprise vehicles will be restricted from running during the Olympics.
July 20th - September 20th: All vehicles subject to odd-even license plate number controls, meaning only one type of vehicle (odd or even) allowed to operate in Beijing that specific day.
July 1st - September 20th: Trucks that are not emission-controlled will be prohibited from entering Beijing.
August 28th - September 20th: Non-Beijing licensed vehicles allowed into Beijing but can not pass beyond the 5th ring road.
Other Measures: Hazardous Materials transport to be strictly controlled.

Your local transport provider in Beijing will need a Beijing “Passport Road License”. This license is only being provided to providers who have a valid Transportation Business License and they must operate a specified number of so-called “Green Label” trucks that have proper emissions-controls. If you or your supplier already work with a large, well established 3PL or Consolidator chances are they already have this in place. But if you work with small mom-and-pop suppliers or freight forwarders, this could be a problem.

Tianjin is only hosting the football (soccer) event, so a major disruption due to Olympic events is not expected. However, Xingang Port is the gateway to Tianjin and beyond, so any impact felt in Beijing and the surrounding areas will affect container transport to and from the port. In terms of local transportation, it is possible that some traffic controls will be implemented and trucks might be restricted from going past the 4th ring road. And of course Hazardous Material shipments will be tightly controlled - it is speculated that Hazardous cargo will not be accepted in Tianjin during the Olympic Games. Check with your logistics provider to see if they have contingency plans in place in case of any traffic disruptions, but so far so good.

As already mentioned there does not appear to be a significant effect to port operations and ship sailings due to the Sailing event. Traffic controls may be implemented but no concrete information as of yet. As with other cities/ports, Hazardous Materials shipments will be controlled. It’s also possible that your logistics/international transportation provider could be closed if their offices are at/near the port. Those companies located close to the Olympic Sailing site may be asked to shutdown during the event for security reasons.

Strong controls on Hazardous Materials shipments. Possible restrictions on explosives and other specific categories of Hazardous cargo during the Olympic Games.

Supposedly they will not accept IMO 1 cargo until the Olympic Games are over. Other than that, no restrictive measures that we are aware of.
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