The Chinese government’s decision to ease restrictions on public movement and negative test requirements may have unintended consequences for seafood reprocessing.
With wholesalers ‘still full of inventory,’ US shrimp import volumes continue to tumble: UnderCurrent News
‘The inventory has to get worked through before business gets back to normal and the inventory hasn’t been worked through yet’ — James Gulkin, Siam Canadian Group
Low prices, high inventories and tight warehouse space are just some of parts of a conundrum facing those with shrimp to sell.
Siam Canadian targets ‘huge potential’ of Brazil seafood market, but shrimp is not on the menu: Intrafish
Siam Canadian recently had a stand at the Seafood Latin America trade fair in Sao Paulo, Brazil as part of efforts to penetrate further into retail and foodservice.
The bad news continues for US shrimp importers. But Jim Gulkin, CEO and founder of Siam Canadian Group, sees hopeful signs.
I think we’re looking at a fairly sluggish fourth quarter coming up’ — Jim Gulkin, CEO, Siam Canadian Group
Importers brought 67,782t of shrimp into the US in July. That’s 11% under the 76,412t recorded in July 2021 and 12% under the 77,255t
Its kind of a house of cards’: While seafood shipping costs ease, cold storage backlogs in US are next big headache: Intrafish
US seafood importers appear to be suffering mixed experiences at ports, with some reporting faster clearance times and wider container
‘There’s anticipation that everyone’s going to place orders for quarter one and quarter two of next year, but I don’t think