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June 18, 2021

A huge backlog at China’s ports could spoil your holiday shopping this year

Another massive supply chain disruption—this time due to a coronavirus outbreak that led to lockdowns in southern China—clogs ports and delays containers. Pawan Joshi, E2open’s Executive Vice President, Product Management & Strategy, comments on ocean shipping constraints and the global supply chain’s fragility in the face of the unexpected.

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