Huber Group increases prices due to rise in raw material costs
August 26, 2021 By PrintAction Staff
Huber Group, an international manufacturer of printing inks and speciality chemicals, is increasing prices due to a rise in costs of transportation and raw materials, such as pigments (including titanium dioxide) and petrochemicals.
In a press release, the company emphasized it is working hard to minimize price increases for customers by using the global supply network, examining other sourcing methods and using alternative raw materials. Nevertheless, a price increase was unavoidable.
Heiner Klokkers, CEO of Huber Group, said, “The satisfaction of our customers is our top priority. To ensure that we can continue to offer them high-quality printing inks and raw materials in the future, it is unfortunately essential in the current situation that we reflect the significantly increased procurement costs in the prices of our products. Our field staff around the world will shortly be informing customers personally about the specific effects and is, of course, available to answer questions at any time.”
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