Contamination in the bulk agri-commodity logistics chain

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Contamination in the Bulk Agri-Commodity Logistics ChainQuestion # 1That was the responsibility of the bulk handler that they should have to clean liquid food dye which was dripped onto the conveyor belt during loading of vessel with barely containing carmoisine traces. And when noodle wheat gains loaded in the vessel for Japan these got contaminated by carmoisine present on the conveyor belt. Unloading commercial and local authorities ceased the shipment. Due to this Western Australia has to suffer a lot. Japan faced this quality issue 2 times in a month March 2002 which creates bad image about Western AustraliaFactors that lead to Breakdown of supply chain relationship:On the part of Grain Marketers (Western Australia)Broke the high-earned customer trust (Japan)Fail to effectively communicate the details of exporting contractFail to meet commitment to ship high quality grains

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