Lecta to increase prices 8%-10% for all specialty paper grades for all customers, effective June 1, citing rising cost of raw materials, logistics; price increase will be applied in thermal, carbonless, labels, flexible packaging papers

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May 3, 2022 (press release) –

Due to continuous rising cost in raw material with its reduced availability especially in chemicals and pulp, alongside with increasing logistic costs, Lecta informs customers that an additional price increase of 8% to 10% for all orders with delivery 1st June 2022 is unavoidable.

This price increase will be applied in Thermal, Carbonless, Labels and Flexible Packaging papers and it is additional to the previous increases already announced.

Lecta's sales team remain available to all customers in order to provide more detailed information and support.

Lecta understands that these circumstances are difficult and remains committed to serve its valued customers the best possible.

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