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#supply chain chaos

# supply-chain-chaos - Last year 2021

Poll: Have you been affected by supply chain disruption?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Have you been affected by supply chain disruption?

Nov 1st 2021, 8:49 AM 22,231 Views 42 Comments

Experts are warning that there will be little relief from supply bottlenecks in the short term.

'Concertina effect': Supply chain and shipping disruption could last 'the entirety of 2022'
# Driver Shortage
# Driver Shortage

'Concertina effect': Supply chain and shipping disruption could last 'the entirety of 2022'

Nov 1st 2021, 12:05 AM 34,141 Views 24 Comments
  • Major congestion at European feeder ports serving Ireland continues to delay the flow of goods to and from Irish ports.
  • Once goods arrive in Ireland, a shortage of truck drivers is causing delays to final deliveries.
  • Businesses are being urged to afford struggling hauliers and drivers respect ahead of what could be a challenging Christmas.
Christmas shoppers advised to buy early this year with supply bottlenecks likely to linger
# Supply Chain Chaos
# Supply Chain Chaos

Christmas shoppers advised to buy early this year with supply bottlenecks likely to linger

Sep 12th 2021, 12:05 AM 102,071 Views 57 Comments
  • Smyths Toys has said Christmas shoppers should start early this year because of "global supply issues.
  • Ikea Ireland said this week that up to 10% of its product lines are unavailable.
  • Experts say the effects of the global transport crisis could linger for another 12 months.
Morning Memo: Chocolate flakes, semiconductors and the global shortage of everything
# Supply Chain Chaos
# Supply Chain Chaos

Morning Memo: Chocolate flakes, semiconductors and the global shortage of everything

May 18th 2021, 11:13 AM 9,262 Views 4 Comments

Snowstorms, canal blockages and cyber-attacks have played all played a role but so is booming demand.