German timber trade largely affected by the second lockdown

German timber trade largely affected by the second lockdown
The second lockdown from December means considerable cuts for the timber retail trade and for many companies sales losses of 50% or more - deliveries that have yet to be processed or “click & collect” only offer a rudimentary compensation.    Even the increasing share of online sales cannot compensate for in-store business. Things are only going better for those companies that also operate wholesalers in addition to retailing wood.    The German Timber Trade Federation (GD Holz) is therefore demanding that political decision-makers provide a perspective for opening up business. Especially with ...

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