Resilinc Special Report
US Rail Strike: Here's How It Could Affect Your Supply Chain
The recent rail labor dispute in the US has threatened a massive work stoppage, freezing almost 30% of the country’s freight, costing the economy close to $2 billion per day, and severing a crucial link in the country’s supply chain. A potential strike threatens to strain transportation and shipping which has already been crippled by the current truck driver shortage. Without freight railroads, key commodities required for automotive and manufacturing, food supplies, and more would be impacted. Although the September rail strike was averted, the crisis is far from being over as many supply chains could still face delays and disruptions due to labor shortages.
Learn more in Resilinc’s Special Report about the potential economic damage due to the US railroad strikes and their impact on key industries.