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Suez Canal travails are the most recent example of supply chain challenges

At a time when the global supply chain is ostensibly dealing with more simultaneous issues than perhaps ever before, including the COVID-19 pandemic, winter weather events, clogged United States Ports, and the need for more labor across myriad parts of the supply chain, it almost feels like this week’s news that the 20,000 TEU (Twenty-Foot Equivalent) vessel Ever Given running aground and trapped in the Suez Canal is just the latest thing to deal with.
Source: logistics Mgmt

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