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« เมื่อ: กุมภาพันธ์ 03, 2009, 10:34:30 AM »



 
In mid-January 2009, CP Prima, the largest shrimp farm in the world, got the chance to prove to USA Customs that the shrimp it sells in America come from its farms in Indonesia and not from farms in China, as Customs has charged.
 
Susan Kohn Ross, trade counsel for CP Prima, said, “To its credit, Customs is getting off the dime and sending folks to Indonesia to pull samples from the ponds.  Hopefully, that translates into a validation of country of origin.”  If that happens, Ross said the company’s immediate problem will be resolved; if not, it will continue for some time.  “If that’s the case, it’s definitely going to cut supply because that’s what it’s already done,” said Ross, who works for the law firm Mitchell, Silverberg and Knupp.  “Nobody wants to purchase product if they don’t know what the obligations to Customs is going to be.”
 
In early January 2009, CP Prima said it would cut exports to the United States by 10 to 15 percent.  Previously, the USA received around 58 percent of the company’s shrimp exports.
 
Between 30 and 40 containers of CP’s shrimp are being held by Customs at the Port of Los Angeles in California, and, so far, the cost to the company and its customers has been estimated at $1 million, said Ross.
 
In Indonesia, samples will be taken and sent to a lab for testing.  Ross said, “We’ve been told it could take five days to do the testing, but we don’t know how quickly the samples will get there, or how quickly testing will commence....  Therefore, we don’t now how long the agency may need...to decide its next step.”
 
CP Prima spokesman, Fajar Reksoprodjo, said, “We are convinced that CP Prima will pass inspection.”  He said CP has documents that prove the company never transshipped shrimp products from China to the USA.
 
Source: 1. The Wave (an online, subscription-based news service published by IntraFish Media, Norway).  Editorial Director, John Fiorillo (phone 206-282-3474, extension 25, cell 206-963-5732, fax 206-282-3470, email john.fiorillo@intrafish.com).  U.S. Customs to inspect CP Prima shrimp farms.  January 16, 2009.  2. Tempointeractive.  A Shrimp Exporting Company Ready to be Investigated.  Bunga.  January 20, 2009.
 
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