The global supply chain pressure index shows that recent disruptions are extreme. But the labor situation is not represented.
David Erlanger is dealing with shipping delays and price increases the likes of which he hasn’t seen in his decades in the business.
While businesses are not immune to the global logistics nightmare, those that primarily source domestically have an advantage.
Gift-givers seem to be paying attention to messages urging them to ship early.
Parking and pay are among the biggest frustrations of truck drivers.
“There’s nothing I can do,” said India Hynes, CEO of appliance importer Vinotemp.
Personal care products company Bite faced a lot of obstacles to launch its aluminum-packaged deodorant during the holiday shipping season.
Given the history of U.S. railroads, a chokepoint in the Windy City was "inevitable" once cargo started backing up elsewhere.
"Marketplace" host Kai Ryssdal checks in with Austin Golding, president of Golding Barge Line.