The supply chain crisis isn't just coming, it's already here.
As Americans face empty shelves across the country, skyrocketing prices on everything, and a constant worker shortage, it's impossible to ignore – the supply chain crunch is here. And it isn't getting any better as a perfect storm gathers to decimate our inventory of goods.
Consider this: China is the world's biggest trading nation. Anything they do market-wise reverberates throughout the world. Who is America's largest trade partner? China. What happens when China decides to shut down some of its ports? Americans feel the crunch.
This is what has just happened, as China has shut down the busiest port in the world by shipping volume – the city of Ningbo. In addition, the port of Tianjin has also been locked down, with many people being completely barred from leaving their homes at all.