Supermarket paper and board price crashes in Poland in March

09 Apr 2018 − 

Prices for ordinary recovered paper grades in Poland finally followed suit the development seen earlier in other European markets, with sharp price declines for supermarket paper and board and mixed paper witnessed in March.

March brought plummeting prices for supermarket paper and board and mixed paper on Poland's recovered paper market. Surplus supply and the downward spiral evident in all key Western European markets in recent months have now made their way to Poland too – as usual, after a bit of a delay. This was the first significant change since November following three months when prices were left largely untouched or adjusted on a case-by-case basis at most in Poland.

This article is an excerpt from EUWID's bimonthly report on the paper markets in Poland. The EUWID Price Watch Poland for March will be published in EUWID Pulp and Paper No. 15/2018 on 10 April.

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