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08.11.2010

The critical phase of the licensing contract calls for tenders for 2010 is well underway. Some suppliers on the market seem to have been affected by the pressure, however. Why else has drinks packaging been assigned to paper, cardboard and cardboard packaging as composite material in some of the submitted tenders, for example? Or why has the 95:5 rule for composite packaging simply been ignored by suppliers? At first glance, such methods result in lower costs for customers. However, the side-effects and risks involved are inestimable. “Customers should not orient their decision on price alone. And this approach definitely does not provide a safe legal basis for operation. In the dynamic market of packaging disposal and recycling, responsible and legally compliant consultancy services are indispensable. The Reclay Group therefore believes that a high level of expertise and efficient service go hand in hand,” remarked Raffael A. Fruscio, Reclay Group shareholder.

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