Voith Makes Price Adjustments for Several of its Products

Voith Makes Price Adjustments for Several of its Products

Manufacturing Technology Insights | Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Voith declares price hikes for paper machine apparel, shoe press sleeves, roll covers, mechanical roll service, and doctoring solutions.

FREMONT, CA: Voith confirms price increases for paper machine apparel, shoe press sleeves, roll covers, mechanical roll service, and doctoring solutions.

Global pandemics have created significant and unforeseen issues in both the public and private sectors. These consequences are massive cost rises in various industrial areas, including raw materials, packaging, and transportation.

Voith was able to offset this development over time through various means, avoiding significant price increases for its clients. Unfortunately, due to continued expansion, it is no longer possible to pay for all increasing expenditures. As a result of the current tense market environment, Voith is forced to change the prices of some products and services in the paper business.

Prices will increase between 2.8 percent and 4.2 percent in the product categories of paper machine apparel, shoe press sleeves, roll coverings, mechanical roll service, and doctoring solutions. Additional information will be provided in the fall and will apply to newly placed orders.

Voith's objective is unchanged: to provide leading expertise, exceptional service, and innovative products and solutions to its customers and business partners - in an increasingly complicated and challenging business world.

The Voith Group is a leading technological corporation operating on a global scale. With its diverse portfolio of systems, products, services, and digital applications, Voith establishes standards in energy, oil and gas, paper, raw materials, transportation, and automotive. Founded in 1867, the company now employs over 20,000 people, generates €4.2 billion in revenue, and operates in over 60 countries, making it one of the largest family-owned businesses in Europe.

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