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Qurate, Mattel may feel effect of Shenzhen lockdowns

Several districts in Shenzhen have instituted COVID-19 lockdowns, Supply Chain Dive reports, in an effort to stamp out the spread of the virus in that region. The restrictions, which cover around 17 million people, come at a bad time for logistics networks that were hoping to recover from the ... Read more →

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Vietnam sourcing still problematic for Adidas, Nike

Vietnam benefited from the surge in U.S. imports over the past year, building on successes claimed during the U.S. China trade war and rising with overall trends. The country saw U.S. imports increase by 36.0% year over year in August, but the outbreak of COVID-19 and subsequent lockdowns saw ... Read more →

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Danaher cuts imports; PPE down from pandemic highs

Imports of masks to the U.S. have settled from pandemic highs, down 86.6% year over year in July and August combined, while imports of gloves have seen more sustained growth, up 164.3% in the same two months. Imports are still relatively higher than 2019 levels, however, by 18.8% for masks and... Read more →

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Reduced by WRO, Top Glove imports face competition

Top Glove, a maker of rubber gloves, was freed from a withhold release order issued in July 2020, alleging forced labor in Malaysian manufacturing. Imports of gloves, of which 70.8% in 2020 came from Malaysia, had fallen by 75.7% year over year by Q2 and 85.2% year over year in July and August... Read more →

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IKEA, Adidas, seek recovery in Vietnam as new outbreak looms

The Vietnamese army has increased lockdown measures designed to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country as the tragic outbreaks intensify. These measures, essential to bring the virus under control, will likely have impacts throughout global supply chains, especially manufacturers that swit... Read more →

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