I know this is starting to sound like a bad repetitive song you can’t get out of your head but it looks like the current supply chain woes aren’t going to be resolved any time soon.
As a many exporting nations such as Indonesia and Vietnam are dealing with new waves of the COVID pandemic, meaning factories are being shut down.
Not only are suppliers dealing with rising costs of materials (and let’s get real, inflation is here, whether you believe it’s transitory or not), high costs of shipping containers.
What’s your experience so far in terms of procuring materials & goods and managing your supply chain?
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