Rishi Sunak said he is "sure" there will be a "acceptable measure of Christmas presents" accessible to purchase in shops regardless of a progression of store network issues.
The chancellor moved to guarantee Britons as retailers communicated fears continuous inventory hardships, exacerbated by truck driver deficiencies, will push up costs and result in void racks over the merry season.
Yet, Mr Sunak faulted worldwide issues for the mayhem and conceded the public authority "can't fix each issue".
The Chancellor talked subsequent to meeting with G7 finance pastors to discuss supply worries, with the lawmakers consenting to work all the more near address the emergency.
"I tell individuals they ought to be consoled we're doing without question, all that we can to relieve a portion of these difficulties," he told the telecasters.
"They are worldwide in nature so we can't fix each and every issue except I feel certain there will be acceptable arrangement of merchandise for everyone.
"I'm certain there will be a lot of Christmas presents accessible for everybody to purchase."
He added that the public authority is attempting to "eliminate blockages where we can" and highlighted the visa plot permitting unfamiliar HGV drivers to work in the UK until Christmas - plans that have been impacted by industry supervisors and European specialists.
The chancellor's remarks came after a development of freight at England's most active port, Felixstowe, prompted transporting organization Maersk redirecting vessels from the Suffolk port prompting new worries over Christmas conveyances.
ITV News solely detailed the issue recently, with IKEA, Settle and General Food varieties all affirming they had been affected.
Comparable logjams have likewise been seen somewhere else on the planet remembering for the US.
CEO of the UK Significant Ports Gathering said "there's no compelling reason to freeze" and that supply chains were "pretty hearty".
"There'll be transient vacillations, yet retailers, their providers, all the coordinations organizations that work in the middle of the assembling and the business side will be working super difficult to keep supplies moving."
In any case, a few retailers have encouraged customers to purchase their presents early, while a few general stores and retailers are perceived to be seeing presenting Christmas deals by as long as a month in a bid to keep away from void racks in December.
Imprints and Spencer and Iceland said they have seen frozen Christmas food deals bounce by up to 500% this year, compared to endure, as Britons get ready right on time for the 25th to keep away from disillusionment.
Iceland said it had increased turkey orders by 20% and its full scope of Christmas meats will be accessible fourteen days sooner to adapt to the interest, while neither accepted there would be a deficiency of items.
Talking after the gathering, Mr Sunak said: "Inventory network issues are being felt worldwide – and finance pioneers from around the globe should work together to address our common difficulties.
"Today we have by and large consented to work intently throughout the next few months – and together we will assemble a solid and tough recuperation."