How Europe is Coping with Supply Chain Disruption

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Yet with the autobahns, motorways and highways largely free of traffic apart from freight, goods are generally getting through and we are yet to see long-term shortages of food and other essential items. Elizabeth de Jong of the UK Freight Trade Association told the BBC that the demand has been 50 to 100 per cent above usual, and road hauliers have adapted to keep up. Adapting to the present and future challenges of COVID-19.