Mitsubishi HiTec Paper raises prices for thermal papers

Prices for entire thermoscript thermal paper range will be increased by up to 15% worldwide

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Due to the renewed increase in costs, especially for raw materials and logistics, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper is raising the prices for thermal paper deliveries from March 1, 2021. The prices for the entire thermoscript thermal paper range will be increased by up to 15% worldwide. Customers will be contacted directly by the Mitsubishi sales team.

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe GmbH is a German subsidiary of Mitsubishi Paper Mills, Japan, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of specialty paper. The roughly 780 employees at Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe produce high-quality direct thermal, inkjet, carbonless, label, and barrier papers at two tradition-rich locations in Bielefeld and Flensburg. Each factory stands out for own base paper production, state-of-the-art production machinery, and innovative coating technologies. Through its dense global sales network, Mitsubishi HiTec Paper Europe supplies a full range of specialty papers for many applications and printing technologies – and is a highly capable partner whenever customized coated paper solutions are required.

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