UK paper prices rise in June
Source: Keyin.com Published: 2010-06-21 17:09 1325 Views Size: 16px 14px 12px
A recent survey conducted by UK Printing Weekly found that about 40% of printers in the past year have paid an additional 11-20% of the cost of buying coated paper. Another 34% of printers said that printing costs have increased by more than 20%. British paper suppliers have announced that they will raise paper prices across the board in June, which will cause printers to raise print prices even if they risk losing business.

讯:英国纸张供应商宣称将在6月份全面提高纸价,由此导致印刷商即使要冒着失去业务的风险,也将提高印刷品的价格。 [CPP114] News: British paper suppliers have announced that they will raise paper prices in June, which will cause printers to increase the price of printed matter even if they risk losing their business.

According to relevant sources, the UK paper price will rise by about 15% from June 1. What's more, paper prices may rise further this fall.

A recent survey conducted by UK Printing Weekly found that about 40% of printers in the past year have paid an additional 11-20% of the cost of buying coated paper. Another 34% of printers said that printing costs have increased by more than 20%.

Terrye Teverson, general manager of KCS Trade Printing, said that the price of paper has continued to rise in the past six months. When the third round of paper prices rose in June, printers had nothing but to pass the pressure of rising paper prices to customers. select. He said: "Printers are worried that customers will hesitate because of rising print prices, which will lead to market stability. If printers intend to survive in the business, we must raise prices and customers must accept this. A reality. "

Simon Liard, director of sales at Victoria Litho, wrote an open letter to customers "Since this time last year, paper suppliers have increased paper prices by 40%. Victoria litho's only option is to pass the pressure on paper prices upwards. To all customers. The paper supplier's announcement of a price increase can only be repelled by everyone. "

"The increase in paper prices will add to the pressure on the pressured printing industry," said Nigel Cliffe, general manager of Cliffe Associates. "So far, so many price increases have restricted the development of the paper and printing industries. The consequences are difficult to calculate from actual revenue and expenditure, and I find it difficult to calculate the actual percentage increase in net prices. "

However, Peter wise, general manager of Minuteman Press bristol, claims, "Increasing the price of printed materials is the company's last option. We would rather switch the paper supplier than pass the extra cost on to the customer."