The Swedish IKEA (Ikea) announced yesterday that it exported about 45,000 folding tables throughout the world, as there is a risk that their stretch board will fall, according to French press.
"The retreat applies only to the white masses of Glavarp sold after January 1, 2017," the IKEA statement said.
The message appears after approximately 50 warnings to users who have been warned about the cut-off and falling of the extension mass. Six people were injured, three of whom need “medical care,” said company spokeswoman Theresa Fagerstet in the French press.
According to the company, in January 2017, 45,563 units of masses of Glavarp were sold at a price of 249 euros each (199 euros for the smallest model). Owners of Glivepar tables are invited to return them to the stores in order to receive compensation.