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Lecta Merchanting Division Announces Price Increase for Its Paper Grades

Lecta - roll of paper The progressive erosion in margins has forced Lecta Distribution to implement a 5 to 8% price increase in all channels for deliveries to its markets in Southern Europe.

June 13, 2017 - Lecta Merchanting Division, made up of Torraspapel Distribution in France, Spain and Portugal and Polyedra in Italy, recently announced a price increase for deliveries of coated and uncoated woodfree papers, carbonless and other grades effective 1 July 2017.

In a press release Lecta said, "This is the second movement in prices this year after the first applied in March and it is a consequence of the continuous price increase applied by producers in different paper qualities and also current good levels of demand.

"The progressive erosion in margins has forced Lecta Distribution to implement a 5 to 8% price increase in all channels for deliveries to its markets in Southern Europe.

"All paper grades will be affected by this necessary price adjustment."

Lecta said that its customers will be informed personally by sales teams, who will provide any further information they should require.

Lecta is a leading European manufacturer and distributor of specialty paper for labels and flexible packaging, coated and non-coated paper for publishing and commercial printing, and other high value-added print media. www.lecta.com

SOURCE: Lecta