COVID control measures continuing to make life hard for Chinese processors

Published on
September 14, 2022
The Jing Shen Seafood Market in Beijing.

Chinese seafood processors remain under pressure due to COVID-19 lockdowns and higher raw material rates, even though freight rates have eased slightly.

“The situation is still challenging as the COVID control measures are still restricting the raw material imports as well as the factory’s production capacity,” a processor in northern China told SeafoodSource ... 

Photo courtesy of Bartosz Luczak/Shutterstock

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