President Joe Biden announced new measures on Wednesday to address a growing supply chain crisis and accelerate efforts to smooth the flow of goods through the economy as the holiday season approaches. Several dozen container ships are stranded outside ports as they lack trucks to unload goods, creating a backlog impacting supply chains.
The Biden administration announced new efforts to resolve bottlenecks at key ports threatening to disrupt deliveries heading into the holiday season, but experts say much of the current supply chain crisis is out of the federal government’s hands.
President Biden has announced a deal to expand operations at the Port of Los Angeles. A logjam of ships there and elsewhere waiting to unload in the U.S. is being blamed for a supply chain squeeze and climbing prices.
What people are saying?
AcornHoarder We were able to move things before so why now are we not able to? Not enough employed to move stuff from port across the U.S. We don’t need late hours without workers. We need more people employed and to address why they quit working/went on strike.
deniseroserutan You want to look at changes in port dynamics facilitating domestic terror, specifically at the Inglewood, California 13 February 22 Super Bowl. The recent Monday Night Football contest there sported a highly unusual kickoff delay.