The world is watching how Tagg delivers on its commitments to help consumers with a new initiative, Integrity Express.
But the delivery system is still running into issues, including a delay in the first batch of products to be delivered to consumers.
In a statement, Tagg said the delay was due to an ongoing work stoppage, and it was working with a team of engineers to resolve the issues.
“We are very sorry to hear this news,” Tagg’s chief executive officer, John Ainsworth, said in the statement.
“The delays are not due to a lack of confidence in the system or its ability to deliver the products.
Tagg also said that the delays were due to the need for more time to develop the software and hardware, as well as the need to test it to ensure it was safe for consumers to use.”
We are working with the engineers to fix this issue and get the promised orders back to the marketplace.”
Tagg also said that the delays were due to the need for more time to develop the software and hardware, as well as the need to test it to ensure it was safe for consumers to use.
It’s the second time Tagg has been hit with a delay to a delivery.
The first time was after Tagg was caught in the act of taking delivery of a shipment from a Chinese supplier.
In February, Tigg said that its logistics team had been “stuck for more than three months” with the problem, and said it had not been able to complete the project as planned.
Tagg, which was established by US entrepreneur Travis Kalanick in 2016, operates in about 10 countries around the world.
It has previously delivered goods to consumers from the US, Europe and Asia, and has previously partnered with companies like Amazon, McDonalds, Walmart and Starbucks.