The supply chain isn’t working as it should due to a number of issues, many of which have been compounded by the global COVID pandemic. At the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, cargo ships carrying about half a million container ships full of commodities from several Asian countries await offloading. A dearth of truck drivers prohibits those boxes from being moved out of ports in a timely manner once they have been offloaded. Railroad terminals, where trucks carry cargo for the next leg of the journey, are clogged with bins awaiting transport, causing inbound trains to be delayed. Should such commodities make it to a warehouse, staff shortages are preventing them from being processed in a timely manner.
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