Lecta to roll out further price increases

Richard Stuart-Turner
Friday, July 29, 2022

Lecta is set to increase prices on all of its specialty paper grades by 8% to 10% in all markets for orders with delivery from 1 September.

The price rise is due to continued gas and energy cost increases
The price rise is due to continued gas and energy cost increases

The Spain-headquartered papermaking group said in a statement released on Wednesday (27 July) that it is implementing the additional price rise “due to the continuous and unprecedented increase of gas and energy costs”.

The price increase, which follows a previous increase introduced in June, will be implemented in Thermal, Carbonless, C1s, Release Liners, Labels, and Flexible Packaging papers.

For the same reason, the business is also introducing an additional price increase of 8% to 10% on all of its 2-side CWF and UWF products for orders with delivery from 1 September. This price increase will also be implemented in all markets.

“Lecta is committed to serve its valued customers the best possible in these challenging market circumstances and Lecta’s sales team remain available to all customers in order to provide more detailed information,” the company stated.

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