Retailers are struggling to keep up with rising consumer demand. Everything, from food to furniture, is in short supply as businesses scramble to get their goods off container ships and onto increasingly empty store shelves. Right now, dozens of ships full of products are sitting idle off of Southern California’s coastline, waiting to dock. The ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach, California are now trying to overcome a crippling worker shortage by operating 24/7. Together, those two seaports handle 40 percent of marine U.S. imports. Correspondent Dina Demetrius shares the story of one business owner, out of hundreds of thousands, anxiously waiting for his stock to arrive.

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