South Korea’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA) has asked flag-carrier HMM to reserve space for food and agri-product exporters on its South Korea-Australia services in November and December.
Each month, HMM will set aside 36 teu for Korean food and agri-exports to the Australian ports of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
This volume corresponds with 79% of demand for Korean food products, such as kimchi (fermented spicy cabbage), mandu (dumplings), …
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