Hong Kong, ANI. Disruptions to the global supply system have raised new concerns. Within China’s maritime borders, its cargo ships are rapidly disappearing from the screen. This has been going on for the last three weeks. The tracking data of ships is not being received by the control room. There is no information available about his condition. Whether it is due to the crash of ships or due to technical glitch, it is not known.

Most of the companies involved in the transportation of goods get Automatic Identification System (AIS) fitted in their ships. Due to this system, the ship can be tracked anywhere in the world. With this system, the information about the position of the cargo vessel, running speed etc. is kept available to the owner company at all times. Due to this, the right information regarding the import and export of goods remains with the company, which has a great impact on the business.

The missing status of ships of China, the largest producer in the global supply system affected by the Kovid-19 epidemic, has become a matter of concern. This information related to the ship is received through high frequency radio. These messages are received by the companies through stations located on the beach.

When these stations are unable to catch radio signals, signals are received through satellites but signals from Chinese ships are completely missing. This also raises the possibility of their being safe. Earlier in October, China’s electricity crisis had become a matter of concern for the markets all over the world. Laura Hee has prepared an analysis report for the American media house CNN.

According to the report, according to Vessel Value, the company that provides shipping data to the world, 90 percent of the information sent from China’s ships is not being received. According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, the AIS stations which are built in China are working as before but they are not receiving the information, while the Government Public Relations Office of China is not answering the questions asked in this regard.

Edited By: Krishna Bihari Singh