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Hong Kong Protest Advisory: Last update on October 7 (closed)

Please be advised accordingly on the effects of the protests in Hong Kong to our operations.

The impact of the protest situation remains minimal - slightly affecting local delivery for inbound air cargo.

General Update

(as of October 7, 2014; 0900hrs)

Main roads of Admiralty and Causeway Bay in the Hong Kong island as well as the Mongkok Road in the Kowloon Peninsula remains blocked by protesters.

(as of October 1, 2014; 1400hrs)

The protest is in its fourth day and seeing more participants. Blockage has extended to Kowloon Peninsula - one of Hong Kong's most crowded shopping area.

(as of September 30, 2014; 1400hrs)

Large crowds are expected to gather on the October 1 and 2, as both days are public holidays.

Airfreight

(as of October 7, 2014; 0900hrs)

No updates.

(as of October 1, 2014; 1400hrs)

Roads mentioned are still blocked, causing minimal impact to delivery.

(as of September 30, 2014; 1400hrs)

Main roads in Central, Admiralty, Causeway Bay and Mongkok remain blocked, causing minimal impact to local delivery for inbound air cargo.

Ocean Freight

(as of October 7, 2014; 0900hrs)

No updates.

(as of October 1, 2014; 1400hrs)

No impact.

(as of September 30, 2014; 1400hrs)

No impact.

Customs Authority

(as of October 7, 2014; 0900hrs)

No updates.

(as of October 1, 2014; 1400hrs)

No impact.

(as of September 30, 2014; 1400hrs)

No impact.

Logistics

(as of October 7, 2014; 0900hrs)

No updates.

(as of October 1, 2014; 1400hrs)

No impact.

(as of September 30, 2014; 1400hrs)

No impact.


Emergency Contact List

Our colleagues in the local office will continue to monitor the situation and update, where necessary. The usual channels of escalation for operational issues remain valid.

Last modified: 17.10.2014

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