Weeks of regressive demand, higher stocks of finished products, and further reductions in prices have induced manufacturers of standard pallets to resort to more extensive cuts in output in November. After the cuts already made in shift hours or the number of shifts per week in October 2022, there have even been removals of whole shifts or stoppages by the day recently. One or two businesses have introduced short-time working....
The German pallet market: manufacturers extend production cuts in November
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