UK ushers in retaliatory furniture consumption after epidemic
Recently, long Eaton, a British sofa enterprise, said in an interview that since the lifting of the epidemic ban, the company’s sales volume has soared. Industry insiders said that the phenomenon of retaliatory furniture consumption after the epidemic in Britain was due to the policy of home isolation. British consumers put the expenses originally used for holiday entertainment into furniture consumption, which also led to the soaring demand for British civil furniture. However, for most British furniture companies, the production capacity has been basically saturated before Christmas. The original cycle of ordering goods for consumption was 4-6 weeks, but the current cycle has been extended to 10-12 weeks.