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CHENNAI: Following the withdrawal of four-day flash strike by the trailer lorry drivers and cleaners since November 13, normalcy was restored at the Chennai Port Trust (ChPT) on Wednesday.
The ChPT officials told The Hindu that though they were able to evacuate import containers at a brisk space, the same could not be done for export containers and it might take at least three to four days to restore normalcy.
Currently, no vessel was waiting to be berthed.
Regardless of the flash strike, the Chennai Container Terminal Ltd (CCTL) handled over 8,500 import and export containers to various destinations such as Far East, Colombo, Singapore, China and Europe.
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