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21 Jan
Semiconductors expected to be in tight supply throughout 2022
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Suppliers are working to ramp up production, but many planned capacity projects are not expected to be operational until 2023 at the earliest.
20 Jan
Construction material prices soared nearly 20% in 2021: report
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The high cost of materials could damage the industry’s recovery in 2022, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.
20 Jan
KB Home cuts SKUs as it faces shortage of garage doors, building materials
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The homebuilder is one of many unable to get adequate materials and components for projects — and the issues aren’t limited to garage doors.
20 Jan
California drought dried up avocado supply in 2021: supplier
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Some companies imported more due to low harvests. But port congestion and shipping delays presented new challenges — including product spoilage.
19 Jan
How Walmart GoLocal plans to stand out among delivery businesses
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GoLocal acts as a back-end delivery arm rather than a marketplace intermediary, which General Manager Harsit Patel said is a big differentiator.
19 Jan
FedEx taps 3 charter vessels to start congestion bypass service
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The ships are loaded with 53-foot containers carrying goods from shippers looking to avoid bottlenecks at San Pedro Bay ports.
19 Jan
Starbucks to spend $1.5B on diverse suppliers
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It’s nearly double the amount the coffee chain spent in 2020.
18 Jan
SCOTUS upholds stay on OSHA’s vaccine mandate
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The onus is back on employers to decide whether they want to institute their own requirements, one attorney said.
18 Jan
Grocers are experimenting with delivery fees. Here are 8 key factors to consider, experts say
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Experts said they expect — and encourage — grocers to continue testing strategies for dealing with delivery costs.
14 Jan
Port of Los Angeles updates its dwell fee structure to add free time for intermodal goods
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Shippers diverted imports off of rails to trucks after a threat of an import container dwell fee was found to favor local cargo. Now, the port is trying to level the playing field.