The U.S. sales season may be challenging with supply chain problems
The ongoing pandemic, natural disasters, rising shipping costs, and strikes are destabilizing global supply chains and posing a major challenge to the upcoming U.S. shopping season.
Recently, foreign media reported that according to the prediction of experts in the United States, the SUPPLY chain of the United States may have a shortage during the peak shopping season this year, which will cause prices to rise.
On the one hand, supply chains are blocked, on the other hand, prices are rising, which is both a challenge and an opportunity for cross-border sellers.
Soon, the US market will usher in the wedding season, Black Friday, Halloween, Christmas and other opportunities to surge orders. However, related products such as clothing, shoes,hats and gifts, household appliances and other commodities are affected by the supply chain, order delays, slow distribution and other problems, resulting in sellers anxious, buyers anxious.
According to foreign media reports, some consumers in the US are turning offline due to order delays and slow delivery. Some consumers said they do not pay special attention to the price, but pay more attention to whether merchants have inventory. It also serves as a reminder for sellers to keep their inventory and a reasonable price.
Many sellers in China are stocking up or shipping for the upcoming US peak season. But rising freight, container prices, let the seller is very worried. As a result, sellers will have to ship goods as they are supposed to, and pay attention to announcements from platforms such as Amazon and Walmart to ensure their operations comply with the latest regulations. Supply chain disruptions in the U.S. market are bound to have an impact, but sellers should not be distracted and still be fully prepared for the various peak seasons mentioned above. At the same time, the more important it is to ensure compliance at such times, not to be clever.
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