Is The Supply Chain Broken?

Peter Cole, owner of Australian ecommerce company Urban Plant Growers is still waiting for his shipment two months after it was due to arrive in Sydney.  Cole’s $1.6 million order of hydroponic kits and lights, packed into two 40-foot shipping containers aboard a ship that set sail from Shenzhen, China, is still floating somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.

It never used to be this way. Before the pandemic, Cole’s kit was manufactured, shipped, and ready to sell to his customers in ...

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