AUSTRALIA is being hit by a pandemic of oversupply, with many consumers feeling desperate and desperate for something to drink.ABC News reported that the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) said there had been a 40 per cent drop in the number of Australian-made products in 2018, with oversupplies affecting everything from toilet paper to toilet roll.
“The current crisis has resulted in a dramatic fall in manufacturing capacity, meaning it is no longer possible to produce the products we want, said the union’s national secretary, Gary Robertson.”
It is becoming increasingly difficult to get our hands on essential goods, and there is also a shortage of food and water for our families.
“With a growing number of Australians facing severe food and energy shortages, we can all be confident that our food and fuel supply will be able to meet all of our needs for the coming months,” he said.
Read more:The AMWU said the fall in domestic manufacturing could be attributed to the introduction of a new “high-efficiency, high-efficiency” dryer in 2019, which was being marketed by Australian company Vail Resorts, and which it said had an “incredibly low price point”.
Mr Robertson said he was not aware of any other company making a high-end dryer that could make up for the low-end product.
“I think this is a very interesting product and we need to get the word out that it’s a high quality product and it has a very low price,” he told ABC News Breakfast.
“We have a lot of people in Australia who are very concerned about food security and their quality of life.”
Vail Resports was not immediately available for comment.