In the past two years, China’s fabric-related foreign trade manufacturers have occur price rises and longer delivery periods. Why does this happen? Will this happen again? Let’s take a look at the following.
To understand this issue, we must first understand the Paris Climate Change Agreement, which was adopted at the Paris Climate Change Conference on December 12, 2015 and signed in New York on April 22, 2016. The agreement makes arrangements for the global response to climate change after 2020. Its main purpose is to save energy, reduce emissions, control pollution, and promote environmental protection. The Chinese National People’s Congress Standing Committee approved China’s accession to the Paris Climate Change Agreement on September 3, 2016, and China became the 23rd party to complete the ratification agreement. China is a developing country. The carbon emission in China is very high, and environmental pollution control is not standardized. However, after joining the “Paris Climate Change Agreement”, China began a round of environmental protection storm!
Under the heavy attack from the Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment, the Zhejiang dyeing factory and textile mill closed 377, relocated 140, signed 54 relocation agreements, and stop 1,631 power supplies. 2577 “three-no-enterprises” companies will all be closed next month.
In Guangdong, 623 were closed, 265 were relocated, and 4,263 were powered off. All three-no-enterprises will be closed in October…
The Ministry of Environmental Protection recently reported that strict control of “Scattered, messy, dirty” enterprises is one of the key contents of the enhanced supervision, and enterprises that cannot upgrade and meet the emission standards will be closed before the end of September this year! By the end of June, 28 million cities in Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei and surrounding areas had already detected 176,000 “Scattered, messy, dirty”companies.
Such a storm for environmental protection has affected countless printing factories and result in the closure of countless printing factories. Therefore, this led to a significant increase in raw material prices in the fabric industry and a longer delivery period.
And just yesterday, June 5, World Environment Day, the Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment set up an inspection team once again to carry out the second inspection of the pollution control of enterprises in various provinces and cities! Do not know how many factories will be closed down again this time, but it is estimated that the price of Chinese fabrics may still rise! But these are worthwhile, because environmental governance is to govern our living environment, improve our living environment, take the road of sustainable development, and benefit future generations. So how did our yobo rise up in this environmental storm and there was an explosive growth in orders and turnover?
Post time: Jun-07-2018