Felix Schoeller Group to increase prices from Jan. 1, 2018

Osnabrück, November 2017 – The Felix Schoeller Group, an Osnabrück-based specialty paper manufacturer with worldwide operations, announces that it will be increasing the prices of all its paper products from 1 January 2018. It cites escalating prices for raw materials, especially the two most important ones – pulp and titanium dioxide – as the reason for this move. Members of the company’s sales team will contact their customers directly with further details.

Background information on the Felix Schoeller Group

Founded in 1895, the Felix Schoeller Group is a family business with worldwide operations producing specialty papers. With around 2,390 employees, the renowned Osnabrück-based company produced and marketed over 330,000 tonnes of specialty papers in 2016 and posted a total turnover of 750 million euros. The Felix Schoeller Group develops, produces and markets specialty papers for photographic applications, digital printing systems, the packaging market, self-adhesive applications and for the furniture, wood-based products and wallpaper industry.

In addition to its Osnabrück main site and headquarters, the Felix Schoeller Group has four other production facilities in Germany – in Weissenborn and Penig in Saxony, in Titisee-Neustadt (Baden- Württemberg) and in Günzach (Bavaria). It also has production facilities in the USA and Canada and is involved in a joint venture in the Russian Federation. It has sales & service centres in Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney, Moscow, Prague, São Paulo, Los Angeles and Chicago.

The Felix Schoeller Group exemplifies uncompromising quality, unique flexibility and true partnership. The result: Best Performing Papers. Worldwide.