Global price increases for packaging

Scholle packaging has announced a global price increase across all segments of their flexible packaging product range for dairy, wine, beverages, food, processed fruit and industrial products.

According to the company, the packaging industry can no longer absorb the sustained increases in petroleum derivatives particularly related to flexible packaging feedstocks and fuel used for distribution.

Rather than compromise on their commitment to their customers, Scholle packaging have decided that it is necessary to institute a comprehensive price increase in tandem with their cost-saving Lean enterprise processes.

“Value for our customers is one of the core principles of the Scholle Corporation. As such, we are continually dedicated to providing innovative products that are practical solutions for our customers’ needs,” says Scholle Packaging Asia Pacific’s Managing Director Michael Edwards.

Scholle’s latest advances include new aseptic flexible packaging technologies and Jerribox®, an environmentally responsible alternative to rigid pails.

Headquartered in Elizabeth West, South Australia, Scholle Packaging has delivered industry-leading flexible liquid packaging solutions for retail, institutional and industrial markets in Asia-Pacific for more than 30 years.

Scholle, the global leader in bag-in-box packaging, continues to leverage its manufacturing footprint and resources to supply to the global marketplace and is committed to enhancing their customers’ products by providing unprecedented innovation, quality and customer service.

For more information contact:

Stephanie Bond

Scholle Industries Pty, Ltd.

08 8255 4366

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