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Desiccated coconuts: further delays in production and delivery

June 23, 2021 10:36 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANILA. Restrictions related to the coronavirus in the Philippines and the difficulties faced by Asian exporters are causing significant delays in shipments. The outlook for the near future is rather bleak.

European warehouses are empty

According to the latest report by the experts at T.M. Duché, producers in the Philippines are currently still four to six weeks behind. A large number of companies have therefore decided to prioritise catching up on existing orders over selling new positions. Strict covid restrictions are still in place in the Philippines, which affects staffing levels in particular. This, in turn, means that the processing factories can be supplied with fewer raw nuts in addition to their own staff shortages. European warehouses are em

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