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China’s frozen food import delays over coronavirus fears add fresh pressures to global supply chains

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A huge pile up of fish cargoes at a Chinese port risks impacting shipments of frozen food across the country and beyond.Hundreds of containers are being held up in Dalian, a major port for seafood imports, as local authorities test the fish for the coronavirus before allowing them to clear customs, according to several freight forwarders, consultants and shipping companies.That is leading to scant availability of electric outlets to keep refrigerated containers, known as reefers, cold.The…

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A huge pile up of fish cargoes at a Chinese port risks impacting shipments of frozen food across the country and beyond.Hundreds of containers are being held up in Dalian, a major port for seafood imports, as local authorities test the fish for the coronavirus before allowing them to clear customs, according to several freight forwarders, consultants and shipping companies.That is leading to scant availability of electric outlets to keep refrigerated containers, known as reefers, cold.The…
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