China testing creates long delays, cost burdens
LONG delays are being reported in chilled and frozen food exports arriving in China, as Chinese authorities continue to rigorously test imported foodstuffs for COVID-19.
Shipping companies have told Australian exporters that at the port of Yantian, a feeder port for Shanghai in Guandong Province, a US$1000 per container congestion surcharge has been added to imports, to account for the current delays.
(Friday, 17 July 2020 - Beef Central)
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