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PODCAST May 17, 2022

Supply Chain Disruptions with Special Guest Benjamin Siegrist, Director of Infrastructure, Innovation and Human Resources Policy at the National Association of Manufacturers

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Key Takeaways

  • The first episode in our new series “Supply Chain Disruptions.”
  • Ben Siegrist shares his knowledge of port shipments, trucking and driver shortages, and how Congress, the Biden Administration, and other leaders are working together to address the effects of disruption.
  • Ben also reveals recent survey information from NAM membership about how long the disruption could continue and what the future may hold.

This is the first episode in our new series "Supply Chain Disruptions," where we explore how supply chain issues are affecting businesses everywhere, and when the flow of goods and services may settle into a new normal.

In this episode, Ben Siegrist shares his knowledge of port shipments, trucking and driver shortages, and how Congress, the Biden Administration, and other leaders are working together to address the effects of disruption. Ben also reveals recent survey information from NAM membership about how long the disruption could continue and what the future may hold.

Brendan Collins, a Ballard Spahr Partner and the Leader of the firm's Manufacturing Team, hosts the conversation.

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