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The Border Crisis Is Crippling U.S. Companies’ Supply Chains

Star News Staff (Will Kessler), The Star News Network

The southern border is facing a massive influx of migrants crossing into the U.S. illegally,

with the U.S. Border Patrol reporting that a record high of 22,000 illegal migrants were being held in custody as opposed to just 7,696 on June 8. Trade that U.S. companies rely on for their supply chains is being hampered due to delays at points of entry that are being shut down by Border Patrol to address the surge, according to the WSJ. “It is a big challenge right now,” Niels Larsen, for freight forwarder DSV, told the WSJ.

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