Increase farming support to reduce logistics costs
Issuing time:2019-11-13 15:01
The Provincial Government Standing Committee held yesterday proposed 11 points to stabilize pork prices, ensure food safety, and increase farming assistance.
According to the Provincial Department of Commerce, since June last year, the purchase price of live pigs in our province has continued to rise. After May this year, the gains accelerated. At the end of June, the purchase price of live pigs was 20 yuan/kg, up more than 100% year-on-year. The price of pork also rose along with one way. The wholesale price of pork in June was 26.52 yuan/kg, which was more than 100% year-on-year, up 42.96% from January this year.
Due to the continuous increase in the price of meat, the recent market sales have declined. On July 1, the province's wholesale market transaction volume decreased by 36.86% compared with the previous week (June 17).
For the rising price of meat, yesterday's meeting put forward 11 points to stabilize pork prices. Zhao Zhengyong said that the large fluctuations in pork prices for pig farmers are "and they are also worried. They also hope that the market will be stable and they do not want prices to fluctuate."
It is understood that in the second half of 2007, the state introduced some policies to support pig production, and some policies have not been implemented to date. "Can't forget the peasants if the situation is good." Zhao Zhengyong warned officials at all levels.
This time, supporting production will start from increasing insurance, helping corporate loans, monitoring feed prices and quality. “Financial institutions should study loan support for pig farming.” Zhao Zhengyong said, and used a certain amount of funds to discount interest.
Due to the increase in feed prices, some farmers reported that “pigs eat more expensive than people eat”, and Zhao Zhengyong asked for strict monitoring of the price and quality of feed.
At present, in the price of pork, the cost of logistics accounts for a considerable amount of expenses. Therefore, “the toll road toll station should be cancelled and the road toll should be reduced.” Zhao Zhengyong emphasized that the circulation cost must be effectively reduced.
In response to the recent food safety issues, Zhao Zhengyong demanded a severe crackdown in accordance with the law, "cannot let food safety problems damage the credibility of the government."
Dow Chemical Accelerates Business Development in China and Signs Memorandum of Cooperation with Longxiang Group in Tianjin Logistics Center Project
Sohu Finance News Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) and one of China's largest integrated chemical logistics service providers, Longxiang Group Holdings Limited (HKSE: 935), recently signed a memorandum of cooperation It plans to establish a Dow Chemical Tianjin Logistics Center in Nangang Industrial Zone, Tianjin Binhai New Area. The project plans to invest 200 million US dollars, which will become Dow's former chemical logistics center in China, and will also become Dow's largest chemical logistics center in the world. The project will serve as a strategic logistics center, effectively supporting Dow's continued strong business growth in Greater China and North Asia.
Shi Bozhen, President of Dow Chemical Greater China, said: "Dow Chemical is investing more in China, strengthening local production and supply chain networks, and accelerating our development in China. Tianjin Logistics Center will play a strategic role in making us Being able to better meet the needs of the local market. As a vital logistics center, the project will ensure that we can quickly and efficiently deliver raw materials and finished products from overseas to the corresponding regions of Greater China."
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About Longxiang Group
Established in 1990, Longxiang Group (HKSE: 935) is one of the largest integrated chemical logistics terminal service providers in China. Longxiang Group provides a comprehensive liquid chemical terminal and storage service. It currently operates three terminals in Nanjing, Tianjin and Ningbo, and provides comprehensive and meticulous services for the delivery of high quality liquid chemicals, including handling liquids at the Group's own terminals. Chemicals and storage of liquid chemicals in their own tank farms, as well as the delivery of related products using dedicated pipelines and other terminal infrastructure.