Becker's Healthcare December 1, 2021
Cailey Gleeson

Supply chain issues will likely persist through next summer, Jim Snabe, chairman of Munich, Germany-based Siemens and Copenhagen, Denmark-based Maersk, told CNBC Dec. 1. 

Mr. Snabe told CNBC Siemens is experiencing congestion at ports on the West Coast, adding one of the main causes is lack of truck drivers to pick up containers. 

Mr. Snabe said Maresk had 84 vessels waiting for an average of 18 days at ports at the end of last week. 

“You have higher demand and lower capacity, not because...

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