US supply chain bottlenecks persist despite vessel logjams subsiding
Number of anchored vessels off key US ports is far below its highs, but congestion lingers at other end of the supply chain
A drop in demand has helped ease oceanside congestion, but has also left inventories stacked and warehouses full. In addition, other imbalances such as labour shortages and equipment availability pose a threat to supply chains’ recovery
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