World SHARE OF GARDEN DARNS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, A problem of size related to the SUEZ
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would feel lonely override. United Kingdom Garden Centers face a shortage of garden dwarfs due to the strong demand generated by the containment and related supply problemschannel, , Thursday April 15th.
This is an important problem for the British, who have been likeding from the nineteenth century to place these small bearded characters, often represented with a hand shovel or a pointed hat, in the heart of their garden. The CVIV-19 crisis has strengthened the phenomenon. "I looked at some Mars-based figures that indicated that the garden centers were 97% more frequented than they were in 2019," says BBC Ian Byrne, who runs a gardening store in England.
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© provided by the Tribune of G. at D. Bertrand Camus (Suez) and Antoine Frérot (Veolia). SUEZ will ask the European Competition Authority to reject the Veolia application to be authorized to participate in the vote at the General Assembly of Suez Shareholders, has been learned with people by the way of the question. Veolia, the main shareholder of SUEZ with a participation of 29.9%, wants to vote at the Annual General Meeting to exclude members of the Suez Board of Directors.
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While the number of grass gardeners has increased considerably with successive confines in the UK, the garden dwarf offer has not followed. Worse, it has reduced: because of the bottling of the maritime freight created last month by blocking the Suez Canal, many small gnomes are still waiting to arrive in the UK, locked in their containers.
"We have unfortunately not seen dwarfs for six months! "Exclaimed Ian Byrne, and" whatever their type: plastic, stone or ceramic ".Search Dwarves Desperately
Like many garden centers, Ian Byrne contacted suppliers across Europe and China to help them ship garden dwarves in the UK. Without success.
For the general manager of the Garden Center Association, Iain Wylie, this comes from the fact that supply chains have been enormous pressure due to the pandemic and blocking of the Suez canal, where a cargo cargo of 200,000 tonnes, The "Ever Given", remained stuck for six days after a sandstorm. "Garden furniture, decorations, including garden dwarves, are blocked in containers," he explained.
The Swedish giant of IKEA furnishings said last month that he had experienced similar procurement problems because of the high demand and shipping problems.
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© provided by the Tribune Several Trade Unions of the Suez Group filed a complaint Thursday at the National Financial Office Against the Secretary General of the Elysee and the officials of Veolia, Engie and Meridiam, for "influence traffic" around the merger between Veolia and Suez, according to a statement.