The German waste plastics market:
Business remains tough for recyclers

21 Nov 2019 − 

Plastics recycling is under pressure amidst mediocre to weak demand in many sectors in Germany.

Regranulate and regrind prices often headed lower in October, especially since primary plastics prices remain comparatively low and are expected to decrease again in November.

Recyclers in Germany are responding by curbing output and performing maintenance work.

This is an excerpt from EUWID's monthly report on the German waste plastics market. The EUWID Price Watch Waste Plastics for October together with the complete report will published in EUWID Packaging Markets 24/2019.

Our biweekly e-paper and print magazine keep busy professionals up-to-date on the latest news from European paper and board, plastics, metal and glass packaging markets.

Test EUWID Packaging Markets free of charge and without any obligation by clicking here.

Tags of this news:

previous − The British recovered paper market: Prices continue on a downhill path

Germany moves towards ban on lightweight plastic carrier bags  − next