Supply chain disruptions expected to increase as lockdowns continue in China

Supply chain disruptions are expected to increase as lockdowns continue in China. While backlogs at U.S. ports are clearing up, further hurdles could be on the horizon due to a lack of shipments from the Asian nation.

Senior Analysts with HTW Commodities, Walter Kunisch spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on what commodities are being impacted by these COVID lockdowns, the impact on producers, and how the lockdown is impacting China.


China’s new lockdowns plus supply chain disruptions will result in delayed planting

Ag exports hit more than $160.5 billion in 2021, 18% went to China

Report: China Doubles Down on Harmful Trade Practices