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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » EXPERT CHRONICLE™ » When will supply chain disruptions ease?

When will supply chain disruptions ease?

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When will supply chain disruptions ease?

The shift toward goods consumption, particularly in advanced economies, overloaded global supply chain networks during the pandemic. This problem was compounded by pandemic-related impediments to transportation and staffing, as well as by the inherently fragile nature of just-in-time

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logistics and lean inventories. The resulting disruption to global trade led to shortages and higher prices for imported consumer goods.

Disruptions in the United States have been particularly severe, consistent with the larger switch into goods consumption. IMF staff analysis suggests that supply disruptions shaved 0.5–1.0 percentage point off global GDP growth in 2021 while adding 1.0 percentage point to core inflation.

Although international shipping fleets have limited spare capacity, the bottlenecks are often on land, with trucking and other services unable to move freight off the docks faster than new ships can bring it in. 

These supply chain disruptions will eventually ease, not least because the composition of demand is likely to shift back to services (households can buy only so many durable goods). The baseline assumes supply-demand imbalances will wane over the course of 2022. But the longer they persist, the more likely they are to feed through to expectations of higher future prices and the larger the risk to the world economy. 

Dysfunctional global supply chains also leave economies less able to adapt to a possible resurgence of the pandemic, as clogged ports impede the flow of goods needed to adapt to changing public health conditions. The impact of the Omicron variant may further limit the efficiency of ports, add to shipping problems, and delay the rebalancing of consumer demand from goods to services—thus exacerbating supply-demand imbalances.

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Post Wed Jun 29, 2022 4:08 pm by Gowri123

PREP YOURSELF FOR ANOTHER YEAR OF SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES

JUNE 28TH, 2022POSTED BY PETER IGLINSKI-ROCHESTER

"It’s like a river where stuff is heading downstream, but something blocks the flow of materials," says George Alessandria. "It just takes longer for people to get the parts they need to produce. And that results in consumers not seeing items on store shelves."

https://www.futurity.org/supply-chain-issues-2759832/

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Post Fri Jul 01, 2022 11:46 pm by Gowri123

Things look as if they’re almost back to normal at the West Coast ports at the heart of the great supply-chain disruption that began rolling across the U.S. last year. But a new wave of disruption might soon come crashing down. While the ill effects of Covid have dissipated, the ports’ increasing need for automation to stay competitive has sharpened the labor strife that has long afflicted them.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/more-supply-chain-disruptions-are-coming-ports-labor-union-strike-exports-california-dockworkers-imports-11656535205?mod=e2two

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Post Sat Jul 02, 2022 9:57 am by ResearchMan

They might ease gradually if there isn't another strong Covid  wave. Different opinions are there. 
https://gcaptain.com/drewry-beginning-of-the-end-for-container-shippings-bull-run/

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