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This is an early warning alert. Our supply chain in America is broken, like never before.
Dear Fellow New Jerseyans, if you want to be able to provide your children, other family members, friends and colleagues with desired holiday gifts, you better get started soon.
Thankfully, Santa Claus will always find a way to get the job done.
For the rest of us mere mortals, now is the time to begin supplementing Santa’s supreme efforts.
The word on the “street” is that there will be a shortage of Christmas trees, both real and artificial, along with toys and other gifts.
.@edokeefe asks, can the White House guarantee holiday packages will arrive on time despite supply chain challenges?— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 13, 2021
Psaki: "We are not the Postal Service or UPS or FedEx. We cannot guarantee. What we do is use every lever at the federal government's disposal to reduce delays" pic.twitter.com/4omVChOoz3
Jay Foreman, Chief Executive Officer of the company, “Basic Fun” called getting toys this holiday season “It’s like War Games.”
13 percent of the world’s cargo shipping capacity is presently tied up by delays.
250,000 shipping containers are presently stuck off of the coast of Los Angeles, California.
Los Angeles and Long Beach ports handle 40 percent of America’s imports.
Shipping containers sitting idle hit a 10-day average during the month of September.
The harsh reality is that we are having a very difficult time getting shipping containers to America. And, when we do get them here, they sit idle for an extended time period.