Christmas Ships 2021
Amazon.com (AMZN.O) and other major retailers told Reuters they are placing holiday orders for Chinese-made merchandise weeks earlier this year, as a global shipping backlog threatens to leave many Those are still causing problems, but there’s a new hiccup that threatens to prolong the pain, maybe even long enough to upset Christmas shopping: The key export hub of Yantian Disruption in the global container shipping industry shows no sign of being resolved quickly and could lead to shortages in the run-up to Christmas, say industry experts. An outbreak of Covid-19 in
A backlog of dozens of ships around the Yantian port is expected to further rattle global supply chains. The tailbacks in China compound a number of other setbacks for the industry, with shipping firms struggling to bear the dramatic changes first triggered by the pandemic.
We know COVID-19 is continuing to impact your travel plans. As of April 2021, official guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention states that fully vaccinated people can travel Those are still causing problems, but there’s a new hiccup that threatens to prolong the pain, maybe even long enough to upset Christmas shopping: The key export hub of Yantian in the heart of China’s
Christmas Ships 2021 : Shipping experts say the crisis will continue through 2022. Demand must first slow down. The manufacturing pause around Lunar New Year will also help. If it seems like shipping delays and soaring delivery costs aren’t getting any better, it’s because by some metrics they’re both getting worse. Experts say the COVID lockdown in Guangzhou may have caused a “ripple effect” along the global supply chain that exceeds the crisis caused by the Ever Given.