DuPont announces global price increase for Cyrel solutions products

It will be a 7% price rise on Cyrel plates

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DuPont’s Cyrel solutions products’ price to increase by 7% from 1 March 2022
DuPont’s Cyrel solutions products’ price to increase by 7% from 1 March 2022

DuPont Electronics & Industrial is implementing a 7% price increase on Cyrel plates, effective 1 March 2022. Over the past year, the company has continued to incur significant cost increases in critical raw materials for Cyrel Solutions, and freight costs have also increased drastically for critical modes and routes.  

“The organization has been working hard to mitigate cost impacts and will continue with this effort. However, this price increase is necessary due to the significant and prolonged impact”, explains Tucker Norton, global business director at the company.

DuPont is committed to fulfilling the customers’ needs for the best quality products

Tucker added, “Despite global challenges in logistics, our team is working tirelessly to keep our customers worldwide supplied at required levels. Especially during this pandemic, we continue our commitment to meet our customers’ needs for high-quality products”.

The DuPont Cyrel Solutions team remains committed to delivering our products in a timely and efficient manner to support your critical needs and is working to ensure our performance, quality, and reliability as we navigate inflationary pressures.

 

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