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Higher prices effortlessly implemented for

graphic paper grades on the German market

Paper mills in Germany have secured another increase in fine paper and magazine paper prices in October amidst extremely limited supply and a dramatic surge in production costs. Any concessions were minimal, market players agreed. The... more

Leading publication paper producers in Europe


German recovered paper prices down slightly

in October after sharp uptick in September

Prices on the German recovered paper market remain dynamic. After significant rises in September, downward corrections were reported in October. In September, the price increases were particularly noticeable for mixed paper and supermarket... more

Recovered Paper Germany


EUWID price changes for German recovered paper in 2021


Logistics disruptions squeezing pulp supplies

After pulp prices remained unchanged in Europe in September, there are currently mixed views about how prices will develop in October. EUWID respondents often believe that prices will stay stable. However, some paper producers will vehemently... more

EUWID Price Watch Pulp Western Europe


Inventories and consumption of pulp consumers in Europe


EU Commission conducts inspections

at European pulp producers

On 12 October, the European Commission carried out antitrust inspections on the premises of at least five pulp producers. The inspections took place at the Finnish companies Stora Enso, Metsä Fibre and UPM, Swedish Södra and the... more

ECMA sees Europe’s folding carton makers

faced with massive price increases

Carton makers across Europe are experiencing growing supply chain disruption associated with short supply, long delivery periods and high costs for cartonboard. Demand for folding cartonboard has picked up significantly in 2021, driven by a... more

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