Warehouse capacity is 40% of what it was © Houssam Shbaro/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Warehouse capacity is 40% of what it was © Houssam Shbaro/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Beirut port blast warehouses will take a year to restore

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
1 September 2020

Import and export activities at the port of Beirut have returned to normal levels following the blast that destroyed much of the infrastructure and killed around 200 people, according to newly-appointed port director Bassem Al Qaisi.

Al Qaisi said they had resumed the loading and unloading of containers at the port but storage capacity was 40% of what it was prior to the explosion.

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