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It won't be as bad as early in the pandemic, but shoppers should plan ahead.
Online sales are expected to surge this year because of the pandemic. And that means retailers need a lot more boxes.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handled record amounts of imports in August. Meanwhile, warehouse rents increased by 10% from this time last year.
Fueled by pandemic-driven online shopping and holiday buying, goods are flowing in after a dip.
Loading up passenger planes with cargo is not an easy thing to do, physically or economically. But it's happening.
By how much shipping costs and the price of diesel will increase is up for debate.
This year's late Thanksgiving has put shippers on alert. They're reminding customers to send their gifts early.
Online returns are costing retailers more than ever. In-store returns, however, create an opportunity for a shopper to buy something else.