Plastic PRN/PERN prices have jumped by over £100 per tonne this week in signs that the madness is not coming to an end.
This has also pushed up the price of packaging grades to historically high levels. Is this sustainable or stupid? Time will tell but the latter is looking more likely (more below on why the PRN/PERN system might be broken).
Otherwise, markets were quiet. There was . . .
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