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Leonie Barrie | 13 February 2006

We often talk about the impact of ‘Acts of God’ on the supply chain – and here’s the latest. Thousands of trainers have been washed ashore on the Dutch island of Terschelling after a container ship lost its load in a storm. Not surprisingly, local residents hot footed it down to the beach to scavenge what they could. The downside? Well, try finding a matching pair…

Trainers bonanza from cargo wreck


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