Yesterday, the lowest temperature in Qingdao City was minus 12 degrees Celsius, making it the coldest day of 2023. Despite that, we were still shipping goods in the workshop. We wore thick cotton coats, even though our hands and feet were icy cold, but we couldn’t delay the shipments. As always, we checked the names and quantities of the goods, attached shipping marks, and used cranes and forklifts to load the goods into containers.
It takes five containers to transport one fermentation tank, and just loading the goods into the containers takes a whole day. Yesterday, not only did we successfully complete the shipping task, but we also finished earlier than usual. Because it was snowing and the roads were slippery, finishing early meant the drivers could return early.
Once the containers are loaded onto the ship, they will be transported to the beautiful and warm Koh Samui Island in Thailand. There, they will be reassembled to process chicken farm waste for our customers, producing organic fertilizer and contributing to green and sustainable development.