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The floods hit the PRD, and Dongguan LED business was "ruined".

Time:2018-11-19 FONT:bigMinmin


Since May, the rainfall in Guangdong has been frequent. 20 consecutive days of heavy rain have caused floods in some areas of Guangzhou, Dongguan, Zhaoqing, Qingyuan and Zengcheng, and some areas have accumulated 2 meters of water. Hundreds of factories in Dongguan, Tangxia, Zhangmutou, Fenggang and so on were flooded, factories and equipment, raw materials and so on were flooded and scrapped, the orders were delayed, and the finished products were flooded and returned by customers. Some enterprises are in the low-lying area, the insurance company refused to protect, lost millions.

Reporters learned from the Guangdong Provincial Meteorological Observatory, as of 22 days, Guangzhou in May this year, rainfall is close to 480 millimeters, accounting for about 1/3 of the province's annual rainfall. "The average annual rainstorm in Guangzhou is 8. In May this year, there were 4 heavy rains and 3 heavy rain." In May, Guangdong province raining more records, and Jiangmen, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Huizhou and many other cities changed to Guangdong Venice. 13 people were killed in the rainstorm.

Reporters yesterday in Dongguan Tangxia Town, Zhangmutou town and other 4 towns visited the factory, found that hundreds of factories, shopping malls, shops on May 11th and 19, two times flooded, the total loss of nearly one billion yuan. Many factories are filled with equipment, furniture, steel, cloth, lamps and lanterns, and so on. Several factories near the Shima River near Zhangyang bridge in Zhangmutou town, due to low-lying land, had a water level of up to 2 meters in the two rainstorm, and the workshop on the first floor of the factory was completely submerged. Many factories and raw materials and accessories are drifting away, and orders can only be delayed.

At Xingyuan hardware factory, the reporters saw that the workers were busy cleaning up the shell of the LED lamp that had been soaked. "Our shipment is sent to Germany, and the finished products have been finished, and the boxes are packed. Who knows half an hour of water rose 1 meters, too late to move. At that time, we couldn't care about anything else and hurried up to the roof. As a result, the goods were all soaked, and the crust was rusted by customers. Zhang Shifu, the workshop director of the workshop, told reporters that since May 11th, workers have been cleaning up rubbish from the first floor workshop and stacked in a packed box filled with water. Zhang disclosed that the equipment maintenance cost of the plant was 30 thousand, raw materials 50 thousand, finished products 50 thousand, machine depreciation 10 thousand, plus labor costs for workers to work overtime, the loss of enterprises was nearly 150 thousand. When reporters visited several nearby factories, they learned that most of the losses were between 15-30.

Zhangmutou electronic city near Dongshen highway is the largest wholesale market of electronic products and components in the whole town. When the rainstorm occurred in May 11th, the water level of the Shima River was rising rapidly due to the low lying land in the shopping mall. Reporters saw yesterday in the electronic city, hundreds of Taiwan's air-conditioned water piled up, the boxes of mobile power supply, lamps, computer monitors and so on were transported by garbage trucks. A Ling, the merchant of 1C105, said: "the water was very strong at that time, and it was flooded on the knees in 20 minutes. Our warehouse was on the negative side. Many electrical appliances such as sound, lamps and lanterns touch water and short circuit, and all of them are scrapped. The police asked us to hurry up and evacuate the goods. " Zhangmutou Electronic City Management Office staff told reporters that the loss of a negative more than 100 merchants total more than 20 million.

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