Strained supply dominating German coreboard market in May

29 May 2018 − 

Amid stable prices and a good demand, securing supply seems to be the most important task for coreboard converters in Germany in May.

Supply of coreboard in Germany is still tight, even if there are no reports about "excessively long lead times" any more. Smaller and/or non-integrated companies seems to have managed to build up some stocks, while the bigger players have not been able to do so due to their huge throughput.

Prices are stable; increases people were speculating about in March did not materialise.

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