The price of furniture and lumber in Germany has been rising for months. There are also massive delivery bottlenecks. Now there is a threat of delays in the construction of houses and increases in furniture costs. And an end to the wood crisis in Germany does not seem to be in sight. In the warehouse of the German Holzbau Fichtl company from Windach near Lake Ammersee, the beams should be stacked up to the ceiling. But now there is emptiness here. Replenishment - not in sight. Company boss Stefan ...
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