Global supply chain woes continue to escalate as major California ports are reporting their worst unloading backlogs ever.
As of Tuesday, 100 container ships are stuck waiting to unload their cargo at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, a record-breaking number. The previous record, 97 ships, was set only last month. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ports would typically see an average of around 17 anchored ships at a given time, local news station ABC 7 reported.
In an effort to ease the backup and tamp down the inflation that comes with it, President...