Additives

Supply bottlenecks determine availability

High freight rates and long delivery times characterise trade with China. Containers are also in short supply, as here in the port of Shanghai.
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High freight rates and long delivery times characterise trade with China. Containers are also in short supply, as here in the port of Shanghai.

The market for feed additives is characterized by supply bottlenecks in international trade. There is a shortage of containers and freight rates are skyrocketing. Lysine in particular is a sought-after additive and remains short. Manufacturers have to factor in long delivery times.

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