In the recent general meeting of the Plastics Cluster members, companies shared their current experiences and discussed prospects for the near future.
The growth of the Cluster’s members varied between 0,5 % and 19 % in 2021. But it is true, 2022 might be more difficult due to the present geopolitical situation. The whole plastics sector is facing a number of challenges just like other manufacturing industries in global economies. Some of the most common – lack of raw materials and increasing prices of energy, materials, logistics and other services.
Nevertheless, Plastics Cluster’s companies continue running their business operations and with joint activities within the cluster are looking for consolidated efficient solutions to support their competitiveness, ensure present markets and find ways to enter new ones.
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