RAG Subsidiary Degussa GmbH to Increase Prices for SIPERNAT® from October 1, 2007

Degussa Corporation is announcing a price increase of up to 8% for our SIPERNAT® Specialty Silicas for selected grades only, effective for shipments as of October 1, 2007.

After more than a one-year period of relative stability, we are now facing again the external pressures of rising costs for feedstock, transportation and utilities. Although Degussa Corporation has implemented measures in attempt to mitigate these pressures, the additional costs can no longer be ignored nor absorbed.

Degussa Corporation continues to eagerly invest in product innovation, offering solutions to further improve and refine customer’s production. We provide unique capabilities to service all of our customers on a global basis.

Degussa GmbH

Weissfrauenstrasse 9

60287 Frankfurt am Main



600450 RAG Subsidiary Degussa GmbH to Increase Prices for SIPERNAT® from October 1, 2007 glassonweb.com
Date: 4 September 2007
Source: www.degussa.com

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