Amazon Responds to Supply Chain Problems and Shipping Deadlines | Burns & Wilcox

As the supply chain crisis overwhelms companies on a global scale, industry giants like Amazon turn to high-risk delivery methods like chartered ships and long-haul planes, opening them up to new forms of liability in the already volatile transportation industry.

 

“Supply chain issues are just catapulting Amazon into setting up their own supply chain, and thus not being subject to other entities’ timelines to get their merchandise to the market.” –John Gambino, Cargo Manager, RB Jones, Marine, New York, New York

 

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