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Congestion in the supply chain has led to significant delays in transportation time in relation to ocean-side delays and inland congestion, boosting the need for more containers, which will lead to a glut of 13 million excess containers when backlogs are cleared.

This was the warning from Alan Murphy, CEO of Sea-Intelligence, a provider of research, analysis and data services to the global supply chain industry, in his latest shipping trade analysis.

Global supply chain could see a glut of 13 million containers in 2023 | Freight News