Why a record number of container ships are chilling off the California coast
As retailers prepare for the holiday season, a record number of container ships attempting to bring imported goods into the U.S. are stuck off the California coast - another victim of ongoing global supply chain disruptions. 65 ships waited to dock in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on San Pedro Bay on September 16, a record high, according to the Marine Exchange of Southern California. Captain Kip Louttit of the Marine Exchange told Quartz that 23 of these ships are in a drift area - meaning they have no place to anchor in the water.
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It’s time to prepare for shortages of bikes, toys — and more — this holiday season