Complex: Nike Hits One Sneaker Store With Major Cancelations Before Holiday

Complex: Nike Hits One Sneaker Store With Major Cancelations Before Holiday. “Supply chain issues and transportation disruptions have led to Nike canceling one store’s orders for the remainder of this year and into 2022. Though many industries have been hurt by supply chain woes, this singular email doesn’t mean all, or even most, of Nike’s wholesale partners will be affected at the same level.”

BBC: Nike and Costco warn of product shortages and delays

BBC: Nike and Costco warn of product shortages and delays. “US sportswear giant Nike and US retail giant Costco both say they are facing product shortages and delays due to global supply chain problems. Nike said production and delivery of its shoes would impacted until next spring, as it struggles with shipping issues and a worker shortage in Asia. Meanwhile, Costco has re-imposed limits on items like toilet paper.”

BBC: Nike trainer output at key factory hit by Covid outbreak

BBC: Nike trainer output at key factory hit by Covid outbreak. “Production at some of Nike’s largest plants in Vietnam has been disrupted as Covid has spread through factories. The company refused to comment on whether store supplies would see shortages as a result of the outbreak. About half of Nike’s shoes were manufactured in Vietnam in the last financial year, so this will mean challenges for its supply chain.”

ProPublica: Nike Turned Away a Public Health Official From Its Warehouse Days After a Worker With COVID-19 Died

ProPublica: Nike Turned Away a Public Health Official From Its Warehouse Days After a Worker With COVID-19 Died. “The Health Department received a complaint that a Nike warehouse wasn’t being cleaned thoroughly or allowing for social distancing. Its inspector wasn’t allowed inside. Twenty-one workers have tested positive for COVID-19 at Nike’s Memphis locations.”

Man of Many: Nike Adapts Manufacturing to PPE Face Shields and Lenses

Man of Many: Nike Adapts Manufacturing to PPE Face Shields and Lenses. “Nike knows a thing or two about producing personal gear, so turning their attention to personal protective equipment is a natural reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic. The athletic gear giant partnered with Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) to start producing the personal protective equipment that frontline medical workers and others are in need of, including full-face shields and powered, air-purifying respirator lenses that can protect against the coronavirus.”

Motley Fool: Nike Offers Free Digital Exercise Service

Motley Fool: Nike Offers Free Digital Exercise Service. “Nike has decided to make its online library free for anyone who wants to access it. It’s a move the company says was inspired by the ways ‘people make sport a daily habit, even in the most challenging of times,’ according to a web post…. NTC offers a library of over 185 workouts that range from 15 to 60 minutes.”