The German paper and board market:
Prices for ordinary RCP grades continue to yield

22 Nov 2021 − 

Recovered paper prices in Germany are heading lower again in November.

Together with October’s markdown, this latest development has likely erased September’s steep rise in prices for the ordinary grades. EUWID sources attributed the most recent slide to more abundant arisings in Germany and strong imports. Demand from paper mills remains lively at the same time, sources said, adding that the paper industry had sought, but been unable to implement even bigger price cuts. Most recovered paper grades already became cheaper on the German market in October.

⇒ This is an excerpt from EUWID's report on the German paper and board market. The complete report together with the EUWID Price Watch Recovered Paper for October will be published in EUWID Packaging Markets 24/2021.

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