Germany: Another cut to recycled containerboard prices in November

Recycled CCM prices are pointing down again as of September.
03 Dec 2019 − 

Receding RCP prices are leaving its markt on price talks in the recycled corrugated case material segment in Germany.

Low recovered paper (RCP) prices and a supply overhang are the major factors shaping price talks on the German market for recycled corrugated case material. Following October markdowns, EUWID sources reported another cut to Wellenstoff and Testliner prices in November. White-Top Testliner has also become cheaper in November.

German recycled corrugated case material producers have increased deliveries to export markets in recent weeks. Exports are higher than in the same period last year, according to insiders. However, prices are reportedly under sizeable pressure on export markets, too.

This article is an excerpt from our market and price report on the corrugated case material market in Germany. EUWID Price Watch Germany for November is published in EUWID Pulp and Paper no 49 on 3 December.

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