(BUSINESS NEWS) US Retailers may see the biggest hits in 6 months as their supply chain has been disrupted due to the coronavirus. While the COVID-19 aka coronavirus situation is escalating quickly across the world, something that is evident is that supply chains that provide to retailers will see serious issues even six months from now. According to Forbes, because retailers follow a “two-season model with long lead times”, it is in about six months when US markets will really see the impact in products that require longer production times in manufacturing. “Given that the Coronavirus originated in China and the sheer volume of clothing manufacturers that are based there, it is inevitable that there will be an impact on the fashion supply chain as factories shut and production slows.” There is also going to be issues with other products that seem to be easy for us to get – especially if any of those products relied on parts from China. “Each product entails many elements before it reaches you: the raw material, the manufacturing, packaging, transportation and distribution. Each one takes a journey using ocean, rail, air and road before being made available to your store or door...