The Polish recovered paper market:
Many grades plunged in price in November

07 Dec 2017 − 

Prices for leading ordinary recovered paper grades took a tumble in Poland in November.

This price drop had looked likely as in late summer supermarket paper and board and mixed paper became much cheaper in Western Europe. As usual, buyers in Poland had a somewhat delayed reaction to trend in neighbouring countries.

Just a few minor price cuts materialised in October.

The markdowns then hit with full force in November, with Polish prices for ordinary recovered paper grades said to have tumbled by PLN80-100/t (€19-24).


This article is an excerpt from EUWID's bimonthly report on the Polish paper and board market. The complete report together with the Price Watch Paper and Board for November will be published in EUWID Packaging Markets 25/2017. 

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