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  • noun paper production The mass per area of paper measured in grams per square meter: (g/m²).


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  • Companies now sell products at popular price points and the grammage is altered by companies, as an alternate to a price increase, to protect margins.

    unknown title 2012

  • In June, Ahlstrom announced that it will invest a total of EUR 7 million at its Stenay plant in France in order to produce lower grammage grades, enhancing the quality of one-side coated papers for metalized labels and flexible packaging.

    Reuters: Press Release 2011

  • The scramble to garner more volumes in laundry continued with P&G announcing a 25% increase in grammage on Tide

    The Times of India 2010

  • There has thus been a grammage reduction from the earlier Tide version of 1.25 kg.

    The Times of India 2010

  • The grammage increase has been already implemented on sachets.

    Moneycontrol Top Headlines 2010

  • - Realizations will increase in low to mid-single digits due to grammage reduction and price increases

    Moneycontrol Top Headlines 2010

  • Firms can make more money on low-priced units as they are able to gain from the less grammage they offer in the packs.

    Daily News & Analysis 2010

  • FMCG major Hindustan Unilever on Friday said that it has undertaken price cut of up to 20 per cent and increased grammage of its soap brand Lifebuoy and detergent brand Wheel.

    Zee News : India National 2009

  • HUL cuts prices up to 20 pc; increases grammage of products

    Zee News : India National 2009

  • It also said that the grammage of the 115 gm Lifebuoy toilet soap has been increased to 120 gm without changing the existing price rate of Rs 15, besides increasing the grammage of the

    The Financial Express 2009


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