The German cores and coreboard market:
No price hike to coreboard despite poor supply

30 Jul 2018 − 

The state of affairs on Germany’s coreboard market had not altered much by the end of the second quarter compared with months past.

Orders had to be assigned well in advance. Even with two months’ lead time, there were no guarantees that coreboard would be delivered.

Stoppages are still occurring, not only because of coreboard deliveries, but also because of massive cargo issues, converters said in unison. A few market players expect the latter situation to deteriorate in the weeks ahead and affect the core industry in particular.


This article is an excerpt from EUWID's report on the German cores and coreboard market. The complete article is be published in EUWID Packaging Markets 15/2018.

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