CNN: ‘There Is a Growing Consensus Amongst Officials that This Supply Chain Crisis Will Go Well Into 2022’

‘With the supply chain chaos, buy early, expect higher prices and don’t expect to get everything on time’


YURKEVICH: "And this trucking shortage really is the weakest link of this entire supply chain. If the trucks can’t get to the ports and move cargo, then the ports are backed up. And there is a growing consensus amongst officials that this supply chain crisis will go well into 2022, so buy early, don’t expect to get everything you want. And this season, expect to pay higher prices."

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