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Retailers supply chains buckle under US port congestion

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Parker, Barry




Comercio Internacional

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Congestion at US ports has become a mainstream issue not simply confined to shipping people. Retail supply chains, which get to the items that consumers are buying in stores - or, these days, through online shopping - have been greatly impacted. The New York Times, for example, where maritime coverage is reserved for major oil spills or other “crisis” events, discussed container shipping in an early March “top of the fold/ webpage report. When inventories of sneakers, or trainers, at the FootLocker stores are down by a reported 30%, and there are similar statistics across a range of consumer categories), at a time that outdoor time is literally a few weeks away- that is indeed a crisis.

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