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Energy surcharges ‘regrettable’: Polymers for Europe Alliance

The re-emergence of energy surcharges in the plastics industry is putting pressure on converters and is a “regrettable” reality, according to the Polymers for Europe Alliance. The alliance, which was initiated by the European Plastics Converters association (EuPC) in 2015, highlighted the emergence of such surcharges in January 2022. In discussing the issues that had…

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