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Supply chain crisis rolls on unchecked

Maritime Risk International

Supply chain crisis rolls on unchecked

Just under US$2 billion dollars of UK trade imports will be impacted in the run-up to Christmas if the current ports delays at Felixstowe continue into December, according to analysis by Russell Group. It comes amid a backlog at Felixstowe, which handles 36 per cent of the UK’s containerised freight, as a shortage of lorry drivers causes delays in moving containers. Felixstowe is one of the UK’s largest ports with an annual flow of trade of more than $9.6 billion, according to Russell analysis.

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