While the supply chain issue can’t be solved overnight there are ways to get the motors running again. Here are just a few (below) that I believe will make a huge difference. This will also help with the inflationary issues but a deeper discussion on solutions to that problem will be found in the following blog post. Please feel free to share your own thoughts and concerns.
(1) MORE TRUCK DRIVERS- We need to lesson the regulations that stop drivers at least for the next 6 months. For example, those who can fight our wars should be able to drive our trucks therefore trained 18 years old should be allowed to work in this field and vaccine mandates need to be suspended in this area of operations.
(2) MORE TRUCKS- Regulations that prevent older trucks from entering the ports need to be lifted.
(3) HOMEGROWN FACTORIES- Stop with the talk and give incentives (tax, regulatory, etc) for factories to re-open in the good old U-S-A especially for key essential components. The government could wave the income tax for 5 years for such factories and this would lower the inflationary tax we all feel. We also should boost micro-factories with 3D printer capacity which can produce essential items in times of need.
(4) MORE PORTS- Los Angeles needs to fill the competition from other states as they receive incentives to open up their ports to trade.