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Raw materials shortage ‘threatens survival’ of European converters

Severe shortages of raw materials coupled with soaring price increases is putting the European plastics converting industry under extreme pressure, European Plastics Converters (EuPC) has warned. The improving global economy, increased exports of plastics to Asia and North America, a shortage of containers within Europe, and an unprecedented number of force majeure declarations, are all…

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