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Sultanas: delayed drying process in South Africa

February 8, 2022 at 4:32 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MANISA/CAPE TOWN. Last week, power cuts meant that work had to be interrupted briefly in some factories in Turkey. Production delays are the result. According to market players, the TMO could start selling their raw materials in the coming weeks. In South Africa, rainfall is delaying the drying process.

TMO goods to enter the market soon

Supply problems on the part of the electricity companies affected many companies last week. In some cases, work had to be completely interrupted, which caused delays in production and processing. In parts of Turkey it is still raining and snowing, which is not unusual for the winter months. Meanwhile, the voices are becoming more concrete, saying that the TMO should start selling its raw material stocks sometime between the end of February and the beginning of March. So far, however, these reports have had no impact on the mar

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