Felix Schoeller levies general surcharge on segment basis for all products produced in Germany, applying from April 1 until further notice; company says surcharge is implemented against background of current market dynamics

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OSNABRUCK, Germany , March 24, 2022 (press release) –

Due to the current extraordinary situation, a temporary cost surcharge for our products is unfortunately unavoidable. The general surcharge will be levied on a segment basis and will apply from 1 April 2022 until further notice. The cost surcharge will affect all products produced in Germany. The surcharge will be shown separately on the invoice.

Against the background of the current dynamics in the markets, we ask for your understanding for this measure and the short notice involved. Thank you very much.

Hans-Christoph Gallenkamp
CEO

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