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Supply Chain Snarls Will Stretch Into 2022, Experts Say

By Jennifer Doherty (January 4, 2022, 9:28 PM EST) -- Supply chains geared toward globalized, on-demand production reached a breaking point last year, putting shipping logistics at the top of boardroom agendas around the world. Those headaches will continue into 2022, experts say, even as promising policy adjustments take root.

From President Joe Biden's February executive order calling for supply chain integrity reviews across multiple sectors, to October's pledge by industry leaders to keep shipping containers moving through ports 24/7, 2021 saw action on a number of fronts to address the blockages that arose during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, more fundamental shifts in perspective at the company level will be needed...

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