How Bad Are Supply-Chain Delays? So Bad That Companies Are Already Placing Holiday Orders

Posted on AllSides April 9th, 2022
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Plagued by problems from last year that haven’t been solved, companies are getting a jump by two to three months so history won’t repeat itself.

During last year’s holiday shopping season, Fat Brain Toys president Mark Carson couldn’t keep enough stock on hand of his best-selling product, a gadget called Dimpl, with squishy, brightly colored silicone bubbles that little kids love to push in and out. Many of the toys were delayed, floating somewhere on the Pacific Ocean, only to show up in January, after the Christmas trees came down...

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