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Why recently Chinese factories can’t deliver the shipments on time?


Why recently Chinese factories can’t deliver the shipments on time?
 
According to the news of Ministry of Environmental Protection, the seventh round of the yearlong strict inspection on air pollution control started on 7th July and completed on 20th July (click here for the news release from Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection).

During the period, the inspection teams checked a total of 5,322 businesses (organizations), and found environmental incompliances in 1,389 of them. Of the incompliant enterprises, 347 were unlicensed small polluters, two did not attain emission standards, 252 failed to install pollution control facilities, 160 failed to keep such facilities in normal operations, 536 had VOCs control problems, and four had other problems.


Starting 21st July, the inspection team launched the eighth round strict inspection over the air pollution in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and surrounding areas. On the sidelines of the eight strict inspections, the Ministry is about to initiate six rounds thematic inspection in Hebei and Henan which will last for 84 days.

Thus many factories have to close for reorganization in order to meet the standards of the Ministry. The production has been suspended and resulting the delay of the lead time.