Prices for main pulp grades remain stable in October

Pulp prices to remain stable
Pulp prices to remain stable
03 Nov 2021 − 

Although many paper manufacturers had been pushing for price reductions in October, it appears their attempts were once again unsuccessful.

Not all contracts had been signed by the end of October, but it looks like deals for all grades were once again being done at the price level of the previous month.

While prices for the main grades remain steady, one Scandinavian producer has announced a price hike for CTMP pulp (hardwood and softwood) as well as groundwood pulp, effective for all new orders from 1 November 2021. The mark-ups apply to all destinations and are said to reflect the rapid rise in energy costs, especially for electricity, as well as higher costs for chemicals and transport.

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