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Langen Feuerungsbau makes price adjustment

Langen Feuerungsbau makes price adjustment

Langen Feuerungsbau, partner for special fire-resistant doors, combustion fittings, inspection hatches and inspection openings from Duisburg-Rheinhausen, will make a market-driven price adjustment for many products on 1 January 2024. The reason for this is the price trend on the market: "We have been able to maintain prices for many products to date because we have a well-stocked warehouse to fall back on. Our customers have benefited from this for a long time. Now we also have to make corresponding price adjustments, as our stock has to be replenished and we have to charge market prices for new orders," regrets Managing Director Anja Vogt. "However, we also have good news for customers: in future, we will no longer charge the additional alloy surcharge that we previously added to the majority of products in order to offset the additional costs," says Anja Vogt.

The alloy surcharge was an effective means of reacting quickly to price changes due to constantly fluctuating costs.

Situation on the global markets makes price adjustments necessary

"As the prices for raw castings, steel, glass and other primary materials that we need to manufacture our products have been relatively stable for months, we no longer expect prices to fall," adds Operations Manager and Managing Director Karsten Vogt. "The new prices for all our items in the refractory manholes, inspection hatches, special doors, inspection openings and combustion fittings segment will therefore come into effect at the start of the new year at the latest. Of course, existing offers remain unaffected if they are still valid," explains the Managing Director. "For offers for longer-term projects, we reserve the right to adjust the prices within reasonable limits, as we have noted in our offers. In this way, we will continue to ensure that we can supply a large proportion of our products from stock and that our customers benefit from rapid availability," explains Karsten Vogt.

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