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Fearing shipping crunch, retailers set earliest-ever holiday sale plans. China trade war and coronavirus pandemic prompt firms to reexamine global supply chains. Hormel Foods warns of supply shortages on COVID-19 hit.

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The need to know

EFT

Fearing shipping crunch, retailers set earliest-ever holiday sale plans. China trade war and coronavirus pandemic prompt firms to reexamine global supply chains. Hormel Foods warns of supply shortages on COVID-19 hit.

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Her supply chain is well documented and transparent for all to see. However, her production runs depends on raw materials that are susceptible to swings in supply and the weather. Each small batch is lovingly made in her San Diego factory before being shipped out to restaurants and supermarkets throughout California. However, large wine companies from South Africa and Chile have flooded the New York market. And $1,000 owed to the warehouse for storage costs.

This Week in Logistics News (October 2-6, 2017)

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I’ve never been to Chile. I’ve never given a supply chain presentation in Spanish. I’ll be doing both for the first time in a couple of weeks at Seminarium’s Logistics & Operations Conference 2017 (October 18th in Santiago, Chile). Moving on, here’s the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week: Amazon Is Testing Its Own Delivery Service to Rival FedEx and UPS (Bloomberg Technology).