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Fonterra grappling with delays in China

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 29 Apr 2022

Fonterra grappling with delays in China
Shanghai's port is operating around the clock to minimise disruptions (Image: Getty)
Rebecca Howard
Fri, 29 Apr 2022
Fonterra is grappling with the suspension of refrigerated container services and transportation disruptions as China tries to stamp out the latest covid-19 outbreak but the Kiwi dairy giant is still managing to get product into the world's most populous nation. Shanghai is home to more than 25 million people and houses the world’s largest port. The city has been locked down for more than a month and there is growing concern China's capital Beijing may follow suit. The latest round of lockdowns and the disruption has once...

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