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(Straits Times)   Picture, video illustrate our supply-chain dilemma in form of unlucky container truck   (straitstimes.com) divider line
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2022-01-18 9:07:32 AM  
i await with bated breath the oncoming comments from which i will glean what this is all about

/did not rtfa
//why would i?
 
2022-01-18 9:11:40 AM  
This is the global shipping butterfly effect. A single truck crashes in Singapore and I can't get my favorite brand of almond milk in California.
 
2022-01-18 11:05:11 AM  
I uses to live near that region of Singapore and that area is far from any container port or warehousing area that I know of. Guy was proper lost. That said, all roads and curves are flat for the most part so the guy must have either had a load shift or was going too fast.
 
2022-01-18 12:30:36 PM  
Not many people know this, but the trucks in Singapore are not designed to deal with the hazards of chewing gum on the roads.
 
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