October 26, 2021

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America is facing a logistics crisis for delivering Christmas toys

High demand for Christmas worries US toy retailers and makers (Credit: Pixabay)

The high demand for toys at Christmas this year worries American suppliers and retailers. Holidays that are full of complexity are neither fun nor comfortable.

By 2020, the best sellers will be Lego, Lollipops, Barbie dolls and PlayStation consoles, according to Reuters.

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However, logistics issues can hinder sales. Major American toy brands claim to use expensive cargo planes and seafarers as needed.

U.S. imports of toys, toys and games moved $ 1.88 billion in the first seven months of this year, a 50% increase compared to 2019.

“There is more demand than we can provide,” Isaac Lorion, CEO of MGA, summarizes.

“The demand for air charters is unprecedented,” said Neil Jones Shaw, Flexport’s global aviation cargo head. According to Shaw, charter flights cost between U $ 1.2 and U $ 1.5 million, more than the usual U $ 500,000.

“Not much capacity, it takes almost a miracle to find an inventory in late November and early December,” Shaw says.

However, it is difficult for planes to carry loads like a thousand containers on a ship.

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