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Running up to VIV Qingdao 2020, a series of webinars for the Chinese industry is hosted. The first broadcast discussed how COVID-19 is affecting the international/export business and the countermeasures.
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Exhibitors facing the challenge
The voices of China’s Animal Husbandry Industry
With the effective control of the COVID-19 outbreak in China, China’s animal husbandry industry is essentially back to work and production. In these exceptional times, VIV QINGDAO interviewed some well-known domestic animal husbandry companies about various perspectives, such as business development, trade strategy, industry growth and problem solving experiences in this epidemic. Let’s take a look at what the Chinese animal husbandry leaders share with their overseas industry colleagues.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, it has brought some difficulties to the development of the animal husbandry industry. First, the obstruction of logistics seriously affects the supply of production materials and the trading
The COVID-19 virus was prevalent in the past months in China and now in the whole world, many industries enter a period of stagnation. However, the influence on the animal husbandry is not as serious as in other industries because
Consumption is seriously hindered, poultry breeding enterprises are losing money and the demand of the whole industry is declining;
The global trade is blocked and the supply chain is interrupted. It leads to the price rise of raw materials for animal husbandry and the increasing of breeding cost.
The coronavirus had a significant impact on the supply chain in the domestic market, it caused the raw material prices to go up a lot, and the market prices changed dramatically. For the small companies which don’t have enough cash or marketshare it will be hard to survive.
Firstly, it’s difficult to employ workers. With the lockdown, the farm workers cannot rest randomly and the workers from out of town cannot return back. Secondly, the swine industry is suffering from Africa swine fever virus at the moment and the national pig production has been in serious undersupply for two years, which has a great impact on people’s income.
At the beginning of the epidemic, it did have some impact on China’s market. The shutdown of the city resulted in the stagnation for the animal husbandry industry. At present, foreign epidemic outbreaks causes
The animal husbandry is different from other industries. It is not easily suspended. It is predicted there will be a certain impact on products of both less-effective products and products that are completely dependent on imports.
In the outbreak of COVID19, the agriculture and feed husbandry industry began to broadcast live on various platforms, and the industry leaders also began sharing ideas and technologies on their platforms. Before, our industry was lacking effective means of information transmission, product updates, promotion policies and it
Animal husbandry is a branch of agriculture and an “eternal sunrise industry”. In response to ASF in 2019, we purchased personnel vehicle epidemic prevention equipment and a large number of epidemic prevention materials. We carried out vehicle access cleaning and disinfection, personnel access disinfection, cut off biological transmission channels and took other multifaceted measures and strictly implemented them.
Qinqdao Cosmopolitan Exposition
No.3399 Sansha Road The West Coast New Area (Huangdao District)
Qingdao Shandong Province, China
September 17-19, 2020
Thursday 17th September: 9:00 - 17:30 hrs
Friday 18th September: 9:00 - 17:30 hrs
Saturday 19th September: 9:00 - 12:00 hrs