Prices for certain recovered paper grades begin increasing on French market, following previous February price hikes; German demand for ordinary recovered paper helped drive up prices, and some suppliers opportunistically sold inventory on Asian markets

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LOS ANGELES , February 22, 2022 () –

Despite ample supplies, recovered paper prices are increasing on the French market, Euwid reported on Feb. 22. 

The price hikes for ordinary and some higher recovered paper grades follows previous price hikes into February amid steady demand. 

While February has traditionally been a slower month for recovered paper sales, German demand has helped drive up prices, and some companies have been selling supplies to Asian customers.

The primary source for this article is Euwid, Gernsbach, Germany, published Feb. 22, 2022. To read the original article, click here (full report access may require a subscription).

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