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@Reading RR posted:

Could also be one of our ports.  Read that last week there were 44 cargo ships waiting for there turn to enter either port LA or port Long Beach, a record number waiting to be unloaded.  Apparently they have a slight labor shortage in the ports.  Who would have thought, I assumed that port works were paid very well.

Supply chains are still effed. The former Econ minor in me is curious how long until we get back to something like normal. I wasn’t aware there were huge back ups on the left coast. Container rental has went through the roof. I’m hearing the auto computer chip issue should be resolved by q2 2022, so I’m hoping that’s when mkts will get back to normal. Of course that’s assuming that the expansive monetary policy doesn’t muck the system up☹️

@Reading RR posted:

So here is the skinny, Lionel tends to not update their delivery list that much.  We all wish they would, but I'm sure they are tight on people power, and doing their best.  So if you order an item and see a delivery date add at least 2 months to that date.  If things go perfect the item may arrive on the month published.

This is my first pre order and first new purchase (I have an Xmas fleet of used engines). Thanks.

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