【 Typhoon Mangosteen 】GreatTime had resumed production at Sep 17th
Typhoon Mangosteen is the 22nd named storm in the 2018 Pacific Typhoon Season. “Mangosteen” is name that provided by Thailand and is a kind of fruit.
At 20:00 on September 7th , 2018, the typhoon “Mangosteen” was formed on the northwestern Pacific Ocean. At 1:40 am on September 15th 2018, the typhoon “Mangosteen” landed from the northern part of the Philippines. In many areas of Philippines, trees have been uprooted, poles have collapsed, buildings have been damaged. According to CCTV news reports, 25 people are known to have died and tens of thousands of people are affected in this typhoon.
At 9:30 on the September 16th of 2018, the typhoon “Mangosteen” moved into the northeastern part of the South China Sea. At 16:00, the “Mangosteen” center is located in the northeastern part of the South China Sea about 850 kilometers east-southeast of Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province, and is north-northwest. At 17 o’clock on September 16, 2018, it landed in Haiyan Town, Taishan, Guangdong. The maximum wind force near the center at that time of landing was 14 (45 m / s, equivalent to 162 km / h). Typhoons have caused serious damage to many areas such as Guangdong, Hongkong, Macao and so on. Guangdong Provincial Defense General decided to upgrade the windproof level II emergency response to level I at that time. The power of this typhoon can be imagined then.
At 17 o’clock on September 17, 2018, the typhoon “Mangosteen” has weakened into a tropical depression, reaching the territory of Baise City, Guangxi.
The typhoon has passed, and the Philippines and China are currently repairing the damage. Thanks to the wind preparation in advance, Foshan city’s damage is not very serious as one of the affected areas of the typhoon “Mangosteen”. At present, the traffic in Foshan has resumed production, and various enterprises have begun to put into normal production at September 17th . The production of our factory has returned to normal as well.
Finally, GT want to thank those who have protected us in the storm for the safety of the lives of the general public. It is their selfless dedication that greatly minimizes the damage of the typhoon has done to us. Thank you!