April 9, 2020 3:17 pm
With 70% of the UK fishing catch exported to Europe and Asia, it doesn’t take too long to realise that in this current situation demand from the export markets has dried up. In addition to this, the domestic restaurant trade has also dropped in demand and who knows when both will recover.
Most of what British consumers eat is imported. However, due to the situation, expensive seafood which would normally be exported (such as Dover sole and lobster) will end up in fishmongers at reduced prices. Likewise, the British public may start changing their fish eating habits too. We can expect consumers to stray from traditional fish like cod or haddock, and trying whelks, megrim sole or monkfish.
Severely reduced exports and a potential increase in demand for other types of fish may present some storage issues in the UK. As a result, we can expect an increased demand for additional frozen storage space as existing cold storage reaches capacity.
Seven has supported many producers and suppliers in the fish industry for many years, including local crab producer Jonas Seafood. We are well-equipped to support the fishing industry during this uncertain time.
We can supply 20ft or 40ft frozen container storage solutions on a short term hire basis. At Seven, we understand commitment can be tricky at this time and can be flexible in supporting our customers. We can also advise on the best location for your container, and where best to have your power supply installed.
Our container hire process is simple – all it takes to get started is some basic paperwork and an initial upfront payment. We can then agree a delivery date, and our contracted haulier will professionally unload the container ready for use. One of our qualified engineers will then attend site to complete the installation. They will ensure your container is set up for use, and show you how best to use the container.
Contact us today to discuss how our bespoke storage solutions could support you.
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