Lecta is increasing prices 8%-15% on all specialty paper grades--thermal, carbonless, labels, flexible packaging--effective immediately for new orders, in all markets; company says price hike made amid increase of gas prices, energy, cost of chemicals

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BARCELONA, Spain , January 27, 2022 (press release) –

Lecta announces a new price increase from 8% up to 15% on all its specialty paper grades.

This price increase is essential in order to offset the continuous margin erosion driven by the increase of gas prices, energy and cost of chemicals.

The new prices for thermal, carbonless, labels and flexible packaging papers will be effective immediately for new orders and applied in all markets.

Lecta sales teams remain available to all our customers in order to provide specific information on how the price increases will be applied by product range on a country-by-country basis.

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