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OIG Weekly Port News From Jun 5-9

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GACC

Customs hasn’t updated changes for Brazilian beef, the imports are still prohibited which produced on Feb 21 (including 21st) - Feb 23 (including 23rd) and shipped between Feb 23 (including 23rd) - Mar 22 (including 22nd). Now it’s believed that 70,000 tons of containers stranded at China’s ports. Brazilian president Lula called for the improvement this week.

 

OIG+X shares Chinese ports' news weekly, the data is from our work staff from Chinese main ports. We hope this can be helpful during your clearance at Chinese ports.

 

Customs hasn’t updated changes for Brazilian beef, the imports are still prohibited which produced on Feb 21 (including 21st) - Feb 23 (including 23rd) and shipped between Feb 23 (including 23rd) - Mar 22 (including 22nd). Now it’s believed that 70,000 tons of containers stranded at China’s ports. Brazilian president Lula called for the improvement this week.

 

According to feedback from OIG staff at Tianjin Port, it’s expected that some changes will be notified on requirements of production date (rather than the shipping date) for these containers next week. We’ll continue to follow and update the latest situation.

 

Potential issues that overseas meat factories may encounter at China's ports are included in our report, particularly regarding specific countries or meat products, If you are interested, please feel free to contact us via overseas@oigcn.com.