New Zealand's Importers Face Delay on Chinese Plant Closures, Herald Say

New Zealand importers including Warehouse Group Ltd. said the supply of some products has been disrupted by China’s policy of rolling factory shutdowns to save power, the New Zealand Herald reported.

Warehouse said orders of some seasonal items such as clothing and bed linen have been affected, Chief Executive Officer Ian Morrice said, according to the Auckland-based newspaper. Closely held Acland Holdings Ltd. said supplies of outdoor furniture have been delayed, the Herald said.

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