MonoSol Announces Price Increase
MERRILLVILLE, Ind., December 8, 2021 – MonoSol today announced it will raise the price for water-soluble films made in the United States by a minimum of 6 percent beginning January 10, 2022, or as contracts allow.
“MonoSol has absorbed global price increases over the past year while maintaining uninterrupted supply and price stability for our customers throughout the pandemic,” said Christian Herrmanns, Executive Vice President and Deputy General Manager, MonoSol, LLC. “It is now obvious that the extreme cost pressure on raw materials and freight is not transitory and requires pricing adjustments to maintain the quality and service our customers have come to expect from us.”
MonoSol, LLC is a division of Tokyo-based Kuraray Group, one of the world’s leading specialty chemical companies. Headquartered in Merrillville, Indiana, MonoSol is best known for its water-soluble, biodegradable films used to make laundry and dishwashing packets marketed by major consumer products companies and private label brands around the world. Its growing portfolio of applications includes detergents, ag chem, solid surface, composites and embroidery, as well personal care products, food ingredients, water treatment chemicals, transfer printing and more.
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Matthew Vander Laan
Corporate Communications and Public Affairs
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