Primary Sector

NZ heavyweights weather global supply chain disruptions

Rebecca Howard
Fri, 27 May 2022

NZ heavyweights weather global supply chain disruptions
Container traffic has been hit by supply chain challenges. (Image: File)
Rebecca Howard
Fri, 27 May 2022
US parents are scrambling to find baby formula, so Mainfreight is sending supply from Australia, while Fonterra is standing by to help as the two NZ heavyweights work around global supply chain disruptions. “We’ve got a number of consignments in the air right now, moving baby formula into the US to help,” Mainfreight managing director Don Braid told BusinessDesk.  A voluntary recall of several products by Abbott Laboratories, coupled with supply chain disruptions, has caused a massive shortage of baby formula in the...

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