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Ship disruptions persist at Tianjin port

Some oil cargoes are still barred from one of its wharves

COLLATERAL DAMAGE: The late-night blasts on Wednesday, which may have been the result of a fire, spewed toxic material into the air and shattered windows in buildings for kilometres around.

New York

SHIPPING and logistics companies reported delays and disruptions after the deadly blast at the Chinese port of Tianjin as some oil cargoes were still barred from one of its wharves.

Freight companies including Auckland, New Zealand-based Mainfreight Ltd and Japan's Sankyu

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