Transportation Secretary: Supply Chain Crisis ‘Will Continue Into Next Year’

In this April 6, photo, crew members stand on the bow as the CMA CGM Argentina arrives at PortMiami, the largest container ship to call at a Florida port in Miami. Importers are contending with a perfect storm of supply trouble — rising prices, overwhelmed ports, a shortage of ships, trains, trucks — that is expected to last into 2022. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
Jack Phillips The Epoch Times The disruptions that are currently snarling supply chains across the globe and the United States will “certainly” continue into next year, said Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Sunday, Oct. 17. Last week, some industry groups and companies said that the White House won’t be able to alleviate supply shortages and bottlenecks before Christmas arrives, potentially causing more political damage to President Joe Biden amid shortages and a spike in inflation. Meanwhile, images of dozens of cargo container ships seen waiting outside two California ports drew headlines, as the ships are expected to be stuck there for months before they can unload. “Certainly, a lot of the challenges that we’ve been experiencing this year will continue in
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