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Indian Subcontinent (ISC) Lockdowns Extended

Coronavirus cases continue to increase day-by-day across the Indian Subcontinent (ISC), with further lockdowns implemented and existing ones extended once more.

Please find details of the latest changes below:


  • Chennai: Complete lockdown extended until Monday 7th June; factories across Tamil Nadu will also be closed
  • Bombay / Ahmedabad: Partial lockdown extended until Monday 7th June; factories are open with 50% occupancy
  • Delhi: Partial lockdown extended until Monday 7th June; factories are open with 50% occupancy
  • Bangalore: Complete lockdown imposed until Monday 7th June; factories will not be operational


Due to the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic, the Bangladesh government has extended the country’s current lockdown until Wednesday 16th June.

  • Factories will remain open, complying with health guidelines
  • CFS and port will continue their operations, however productivity may be low and the loading / unloading operation may be delayed
  • Banks are open for four hours (10:00-14:00) per day from Sunday to Thursday
  • Our partner offices will remain open three days (Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday) per week from 10:00-14:00 with limited office staff to release / surrender HBLs / FCRs

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