March 25, 2020 4:02 PM
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Food supply chains: Dachser calls for flexibility

SEEHEIM-JUGENHEIM/KEMPTEN. Reports of long traffic jams at the borders within Europe, particularly at the borders in Poland, shook the market last week. Traders, in addition, reported that suppliers were forced to close on a temporary basis. Although the situation has now improved, the freight forwarders remain concerned.

 

Christian Auchter, Dachser Consultant for Corporate Public Relations explains that “border traffic related problems, such as traffic jams, quarantines arrivals and returns, have less of an impact on...



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FoodDrinkEurope: EU must act fast to avoid confusion and delays
BRUSSELS. Unprecedented quarantine measures and travel restriction throughout Europe are prompting concerns over supply chains and the workforce in Europe’s largest manufacturing industry. FoodDrinkEurope is working closely with the EU Commission to adopt fast action. In an interview with Mundus Agri, Will Surman, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, outlines how the industry is holding up to the Covid-19 pandemic.
3/26/20
Toilet paper: producers are operating at full capacity
FRANKFURT. As panic buying is taking its toll on the supermaket shelves toilet paper has become the new white gold in Europe. For new customers it is basically impossible to purchase toilet papar directly from the manufacturers. Their priority are existing customers.
3/25/20
This is why the local tax offices should pay subsidies
SEEHEIM-JUGENHEIM. Michael Gütlich, the CEO of the Dedere Deutschland GmbH, explains why it is necessary to distribute financial aid by means of unbureaucratic channels. Fast action is required.
3/23/20
Coronavirus and home office: lack of digitisation is a big problem
FRANKFURT. Social distancing and home office are the order of the day in times of the corona crisis. Trouble, however, is that many companies are not well-enough equipped for their staff to work from home. Many are, therefore, forced to travel to work.
3/20/20
Trade: the coronavirus as a force majeure case
SEEHEIM/KARLSRUHE. In an interview with Mundus Agri Professor Darius Schindler outlines the impact of commercial law on the coronavirus crisis. He explains the potential effects the pandemic may have on supply contracts, in how far suppliers may invoke "force majeure" and what exactly managing directors need to pay attention to.
3/17/20
Stringent measures imposed to maintain supply chains
ROME/VIENNA. All shops in Italy are now closed with the exception of supermarkets, drugstores and pharmacies. The agricultural sector and industry are also permitted to operate. Work continues here, but with stringent safety measures in place.
3/13/20
Oil mills: coronavirus emergency measures hit factories hard
PRAGUE. In illustrating the effects the government's containment policy has on an oil mill in the Czech Republic the challenges the industry as a whole are confronted with become apparent.
3/12/20
The impact of the coronavirus on the climate
FRANKFURT. The adverse impact of the Covid-19 epidemic is highlighted in the news every day. There is, however, one positive aspect to be considered.
3/11/20
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Harvest dates
Next harvest dates for Sugar beets
Country
Start of harvest
Turkey
8/1/20
Canada
9/1/20
USA
9/1/20
Italy
9/1/20
Poland
9/1/20
Ukraine
9/1/20
Russia
9/1/20
Germany
9/15/20
United Kingdom
9/20/20
France
10/1/20
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Crop sizes

Crop sizes for Sugar beets
Country
Year
Crop size
Russia
2018
42,066,000 mt
France
2018
39,914,030 mt
USA
2018
33,282,000 mt
Germany
2018
26,191,400 mt
Turkey
2018
17,436,100 mt
Poland
2018
14,300,000 mt
Ukraine
2018
13,480,000 mt
China
2018
12,077,618 mt
Egypt
2018
11,222,720 mt
United Kingdom
2018
7,620,000 mt
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