To prevent the spread of coronavirus, the factories in China shut down some marijuana companies that have already turned in manufactures in the states, India and Mexico to source packaging. Since the coronavirus outbreak, the Cleveland-based Grove Bags has seen a big spike in the business and turn the business away.
The big Kushco Holdings, which is famous for ancillary products and services to legal cannabis and CBDs, is finding options in the united states and Taiwan and India.
Already the company has started searching beyond China for packaging when tariffs have imposed by President Donald Trump on China goods, stated by the executive vice president and general counsel of the Cypress, California-based company.
The Wick and Mortar, a Seattle-based agency that offers services like packaging design and production is an example of this.
It ordered a supply of packaging from china for their client Navona, a grower that sells packaged flowers and pre-rolls, said by CEO of the company. Due to the coronavirus, they are searching elsewhere for packaging.
The eastern china manufacturing facilities have shut down but few in western China have been allowed to restart with certification. Unfortunately, they are working with half the employees they were having though.
Some of the cannabis companies are having the impact of the coronavirus, some may have stocked up on packaging in the anticipation of the Chines New Year Jan 25 to * Feb, many factories were shut down to celebrate. Also, Choose A coronavirus Concern to impact future concerts.
It’s unclear whether a person can contract coronavirus by touch on a surface that is having a virus on it, a study published in the Journal of Hospital Infection suggests the disease can survive on objects for more than a week.
That is the reason it’s important for marijuana businesses to sourcing goods from China and Italy to understand the practices of the manufacturers they are buying from the public policy for the Washington DC-based National Cannabis Industry Association.