December 2021 – “2021 Recap & 2022 Predictions” | The View, Podcast Edition – Episode 065

Episode 065 of The View from Jamestown, Podcast Edition
December 2021 Episode

“The View from Jamestown”
Chemical Podcast

Hosted by The Chemical Company

Episode 065 | December 2021

2021 Recap:
-Non-Renewal of China Tariffs: Feb 2021
-Ports Congestion & Bottleneck: Feb & June 2021
-COVID: May 2021
-Hurricane Season & Winter Storm Effects: June 2021

2022 Predictions:
-Trucking will remain a huge supply chain problem, especially in January and February
-Price uncertainty for 2022 with strong demand, rates increasing, supply potentially improving
-Importing & Exporting will continue having long lead times
-Hiring and finding people will continue to be difficult for all job types
-Tradeshows hopefully returning to a normal schedule

Freight Updated Provided by:
The Logistix Company
Joe Hassenfratz – Sales Manager
www.thelogistixco.com jhasenfratz@thelogistixco.com

Featuring:
President Robb Roach
VP Sales & Marketing AJ Petrarca
LatAm Operations Manager Javier Fernandez
Inside Sales Manager Nicole Greenberg
Host: Marketing & Sales Specialist Ben Sawicki

www.thechemco.com Produced by:
Kettlebottom Creative kettlebottomcreative.com/​

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