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Sidel, a leading global provider of packaging solutions, has announced average 5 percent price rise with immediate effect.

In response to widely understood market forces, Sidel is advising customers of an average 5 percent price increase. Factors contributing to the increase include the global shortages of raw materials and electrical components, including semi-conductors, the rising cost of energy and logistics.

Read: April 2022 Issue of Food InfoTech Magazine.

The packaging solutions market is experiencing high demand following the global pandemic, while supply chain disruption is leading to the extension of Sidel’s delivery lead times, often into 2023.

In response to this, Sidel is doing everything it can to ensure that customers continue to receive high-quality solutions.

Sidel, one of three industry groups of Tetra Laval, is a leading provider of equipment and services solutions for packaging beverage, food, home and personal care products. Sidel has over 170 years of experience with proven expertise in blowing, filling, labelling, material-handling, end-of-line and line-engineering solutions, including an innovative focus on the factory of tomorrow with advanced systems.

There are close to 40,000 Sidel Group machines in operation in over 190 countries today. Every one of them is the result of over 170 years of proven experience and innovation. We continually focus on providing partners with advanced systems, line engineering and innovation that are designed with one thing in mind: to ensure you reach your business goals.

In other news, the company has recently received French Qualiopi Certification for its global training methodology, reinforcing Sidel’s commitment to provide additional value to customers through long-term support programmes.

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Sidel delivers customised training options to more than 5,000 trainees per year, providing over 350 different courses to meet the specific needs of individual customers around the world. Recognising that every production line and operational job profile is different, courses can be tailored to ensure that customers achieve maximum operational efficiency in their facility throughout the lifecycle of a line.

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