Ikea sorry after port disruption causes stock shortage

Ryan Clark, director of the Essex-based freight forwarder Westbound Logistics Services, told the BBC last week: “The increase in freight is either creating more expensive prices for the consumer, or unsustainability for businesses that will be forced to close where the onward price cannot be increased.”

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