Why Global Supply Chains May Never Be the Same

The pandemic exposed breaking points in the system that would fundamentally alter consumer expectations of getting anything we want whenever we want it.

Every day, millions of sailors, truck drivers, longshoremen, warehouse workers and delivery drivers keep mountains of goods moving into stores and homes to meet consumers’ increasing expectations of convenience. But this complex movement of goods underpinning the global economy is far more vulnerable than many imagined.

This Wall Street Journal documentary follows the monthslong, 14,000-mile journey of a typical consumer good from factory to front door to reveal the vulnerabilities of the global supply chain.

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