How the supply chain crisis got this bad 

Loaded barges are moved by tug through the locks on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and into the Mississippi River. (File photo)

Ships stuck at sea, warehouses overflowing, trucks without drivers: The highly intricate and interconnected global supply chain is in upheaval, with little end in sight.


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