Are paper prices set to crash further?
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2017 | Author: Paul Sanderson
With the price of paper having fallen by up to £50 per tonne in recent weeks, could further falls be on the way?
Find out at Secondary Commodity Markets Conference on 26 April in Oxford.
Cycle Link managing director Craig Robinson will be sharing his view on where the paper market is headed and how shipping and Chinese demand is changing the market.
While Vanden Recycling UK managing director David Wilson will look at the international markets for recycled plastics.
WRAP economist Peter Sainsbury will discuss the international economy and how it is impacting on the market for recycled materials.
While REB Intelligence director Paul Sanderson will look at recent pricing trends and talk about what we can learn from them.
Other speakers include:
- Jakob Rindegren, ESA on will Brexit make a difference to the UK recycling sector
- James Piper, Ecosurety on the PRN market
- Joseph Doherty, Regen on developments in MRF sorting technology and developments in packaging
With limited discounted tickets available, book now to ensure you get information that could be essential for your business or organisation.
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