More than 350,000 boxes have been removed from global trade networks since the disease broke out last month, Denmark-based maritime data provider Sea-Intelligence said Monday. China’s industrial sector is slowly resuming production with the end of Beijing’s formal extension of the Lunar New Year holiday on Monday, but many factories remain closed and others were operating at only a fraction of their capacity as a swath of the country remained locked down under travel restrictions meant to hold back the spread of the virus. Port officials and tug operators at the ports of Shanghai and Hong Kong, two of the world’s busiest container shipping gateways, said only about half of dock workers returned to work on Monday. “Truck drivers spent the night in their vehicles waiting to unload cargo to ships that didn’t show up,” said Li Chen, a tug captain for Shanghai Salvage Co., a state-run maritime services […]