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Power prices the biggest problem for lucerne seed companies

Power prices the biggest problem for lucerne seed companies

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Lucerne Seeds in Germany may soon be facing a similar situation as they struggle to sell their first crops in rece더킹카지노nt months.

In June, the company went on strike in solidarity with the workers of the vineyard in the eastern town of Schleswig-Holstein, which has been protesting the lack of workers hired by Lucerne for five years.

“There was no time for any other alternative and we are unable to continue with the work we are currently doing,” explains Tully.

In the short term, the strike was successful. Lucerne had to take part in a meeting with the unions, which agreed to rehire 5,000 of their workers – or around 0.3 per cent of the workforce – before the strike was formally ended on Tuesday.

“In this sense, we didn’t lose our fight but we will certainly face a similar situation again,” says Tully.

The company is now hoping the strike will help it t카지노 사이트o overcome the “deterioration” of conditions that occurred in June, and to reach a settlement with the union.

If workers in Schleswig-Holstein don’t get a bigger share of the fruit, and Lucerne has to pay more to transport the finished product for distribution, Tully could face financial problems, as Lucerne’s profits have collapsed.

“The strike shows that the conditions are not acceptable, it shows that we must stop this capronxrisis and find a new way to reach a compromise,” says Tully.

Meanwhile, the distribution of the vineyard’s produce in Germany remains at a standstill. Lucerne is currently processing about 90 per cent of its produce in Schleswig-Holstein. And with the pickers unable to work any more, production will continue to decrease as early as the third quarter of this year, according to Tully.

“All these problems are just a reaction of this strike, we still don’t know how long this strike will last,” suggests Tully.

In Germany, farmers are paid on the basis of crop production, with some of the smaller operations earning even less in the end because of the labour market.

While the strike against the vineyard’s workers is not affecting Lucerne’s distribution, the company’s decision to not hire any more pickers on a temporary basis has left its pickers without any food, according to Tully.

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