Due to the increase in oil prices, further exacerbated by trade patterns and currency movements, styrene monomer prices have been increasing since October 2016. A substantial further price increase of around 20% for February has now been confirmed. This very significantly impacts the cost of polystyrene, the key raw material for expanded polystyrene products.
As a result, LINPAC has no option but to increase prices with immediate effect by 10% for all EPS products.
Dr Helene Roberts, group marketing and innovation director at leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, will join a panel of experts in a debate hosted by national newspaper The Guardian on Thursday 19th January between 1pm and 2pm (GMT).
Fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, has successfully demonstrated it is meeting the national customer service standard as set out by the Institute of Customer Service (ICS) by retaining its ICS ServiceMark accreditation.
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