Supply chain radar: 2022 – the year of direct government intervention

Goodbye 2021, we’re done. But watch out, here comes 2022!
How lucky
I recently argued that we are in a supply chain stalemate, as ports around the world remain congested due to excessive numbers of out-of-position empty containers not being loaded for repatriation by the world’s shipping lines, among other factors.
But how can this be addressed?
Before mowing on, a cocky round of self-applause as shipping trouble was my last column of 2020, …

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