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Should the furniture economy finally tighten something (what the Möbler irrepressible desire), the well-known phenomenon of "eternal delivery" is probably more often encounter furniture buyers. Please read the following E-Mail this (abbreviations for reasons of anonymity available):

Subject: Long delivery time for dining room

Mid-October 2003 I have a dining table and matching chairs ordered furniture O. B. - both from the upper price segment. I was told that the delivery time would be approximately 8 weeks.

Today (02.01.2004) I got a message about it, that is unlikely to occur with the delivery before the end of February 2004. I assume that the dealer has little influence on the delivery date. Do you have a tip for me maybe, I can contact the manufacturer http://jeparainternational.com/ on your feet? I find such a delivery time for a dining adventure and wonder what such a business conduct in the face of the General lamentation about the bad economic situation of just the furniture manufacturer. With kind regards G.M..

And so I responded:

"Hello Mr M., you can't come in the manufacturer, because they stand in no legal relationship to him. According to the principle 'The last bite the dogs' I'd written in your place furniture dealer a final deadline to supply up to the... Set (2 weeks) and threaten to withdraw from the contract after the period has expired.

In addition, I would announce compensation claims. Everything in the hope that now the retailer bites the manufacturer. Also I must not shy away from me of course to do what I threatened. I mean, if as many furniture buyers respond so stringently, something would have to move in the industry ultimately."

Recently, I received an email with the question:

"You already know the new furniture seal https://vega-wiki.oca.eu/foswiki/bin/view/Main/CFurnitureWarehouseNz of approval ' veneer - real wood '?" Since November 2003, it offers more security and transparency when buying furniture for consumers.

"Initiative Furnier + nature e.V. (IFN e.V.), Ingrid, Rostocker str. 16, 65191 Wiesbaden"

"So", I thought "once again, someone has discovered his heart for the consumer." I have also looked who it is, and clicked on the recommended to address on the Internet.

Here I found the Verbraucherbesorgten under the link "Members": all companies in the timber industry and veneer trade in addition to some relevant associations. But no real consumer representatives or even conservationists or eco bio-Beflissene.

It is clear: the furniture quality seal "veneer - real wood" should primarily serve marketing purposes, because it's ultimately all about selling. Perhaps succeed Yes the IFN, her characters so as to establish how it managed the Deutsche Gütegemeinschaft furniture with the "Golden M". I have what is in truth with labels, marks and so on, in clever furniture buy thoroughly described.

Finally set in the email, which I liked: "Real veneer is the consumer often difficult to distinguish between paper or foil replicas out."

There is something on it. It is certainly to be welcomed, if in the future the veneer seal adorns the corresponding furniture surfaces. Illusions http://www.umuziwabantu.gov.za/UserProfile/tabid/43/userId/26104/Default.aspx are then more difficult.

r2 - 07 Apr 2016 - 23:54:57 - CFurnitureAuckland

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r2 - 07 Apr 2016 - 23:54:57 - CFurnitureAuckland


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