Cadam announces price increase for kaolin clays

Cadam SA announced today that it will increase prices for kaolin clay products for the global paper and packaging industry 6 to 8% effective October 1, 2016, or as contracts allow. “Cadam is committed to investing the necessary resources in technology, innovation and people for long-term sustainability in order to continue to serve its paper and packaging customers at a high level,” said Mark Gillespie, Vice President of Commercial. “Cadam’s goal is to create the greatest value for its paper customers through partnerships geared toward delivering cost effective solutions designed to reduce coating formulation cost and to optimize paper and printing performance.”

With 90 years of experience in mining and processing kaolin clay, KaMin delivers value to customers worldwide with high quality kaolin solutions for the most demanding applications. KaMin mines and produces its kaolin in the US at three Georgia plants – Macon, Sandersville and Wrens – and at its Cadam S.A. subsidiary in Brazil. KaMin has been recognized not only as a leader in product quality and export volumes, but also in its safe mining practices for many consecutive years.