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Suppliers reluctant to ship goods without credit insurance


September 6, 2020


Gold Medal International is sitting on millions of dollars’ worth of socks at its North Carolina warehouse that it can't ship to stores.

The reason? The 66-year-old family-owned sock maker can't get enough credit insurance to cover potential losses if the stores can't pay for the goods they've ordered.

Without that insurance, Gold Medal — and thousands of other suppliers facing a similar dilemma — would be on the hook for unpaid bills. But not shipping the goods to retailers means losing sales and big write-downs on inventory. The problem will only get worse if reta...

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