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https://english.mathrubhumi.com/money/money-news/seafood-exportindustry-facing-crisis-in-kerala-due-to-shortage-of-containers-1.5260045

L‘industrie d’exportation des produits de la mer est en crise en raison de la pénurie de conteneurs et de l’augmentation du taux de collecte des compagnies maritimes. Au milieu des tentatives de surmonter la crise financière due à COVID-19, l’industrie est confrontée à ce nouveau problème. “La plupart des unités et des entrepôts frigorifiques ont déjà dépassé leur limite de stockage car l’exportation est interrompue”, a déclaré Alex K Nainan, président de l’unité du Kerala de ” Seafood Exporters Association of India” (SEAI).

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https://english.mathrubhumi.com/money/money-news/seafood-exportindustry-facing-crisis-in-kerala-due-to-shortage-of-containers-1.5260045

Seafood export industry has been witnessing a crisis due to the scarcity of containers and increase in the rate collected by the ship companies. Amid the attempts to overcome the financial crisis due to COVID-19, the industry is being challenged with the new issue. “Most of the units and cold storages have already exceeded its storage limit as the export is being interrupted,” said Seafood Exporters Association of India (SEAI) Kerala unit president Alex K Nainan.

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