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The consumer durable sector is anticipating heavy demand ahead of the festive season. However, there are challenges abound as the sector is subject to market volatilities
Smartphone companies, such as Realme, Oppo, Nokia, among others, are working on a detailed strategy to bring more 5G products to the market. By the end of 2022, 5G smartphones will account for 35 per cent of the total smartphone shipments in India and this is expected to increase to 53 per cent by the end of 2023
Currently, the FMCG sector is grappling with inflation resulting in price hikes, increased raw material and logistics costs. Despite the challenges thrown at the FMCG companies, the CEOs are optimistic about growth
People are finally getting what they ordered during the Covid-19 pandemic, but it's two years too late.
The Richest Drivers on the Road: Walmart Offers 6-Figure Trucking Salary to Combat Nationwide Shortage
To assuage ongoing supply chain delays, Walmart is pulling out all the stops to recruit more truck drivers.
Because they can't assign shifts to workers, ride-hailing companies use a variety of incentives to lure out their contract workers.
"Cargo aging at the port is now down 37 percent, which is a major improvement," stated Richard F. de la Torre, community information officer of Long Beach City Development Services in a Dec. 8 email.
Surging Inflation Could See Millions of American Households Paying $3,500 in Additional Expenses This Year: Report
PWBM, a nonpartisan research-based initiative, estimates that the historic levels of inflation will require the average U.S. household to spend around $3,500 more in 2021 to achieve the same level of consumption of goods and services as in 2019 or 2020.
You need to ensure a robust supply chain, but it's also essential to identify and manage issues unique to the platform.
The continuing supply chain issues are impacting stores across the country with supermarkets and stores making adjustments with what's available.
Inflation, shipping delays, supply-chain issues, pandemic lockdowns, and labor shortages have contributed to price increases and scarcities that have now started affecting food banks across the country.