The current boom is having a profound effect on supply and as we are currently experiencing record levels of new home construction, PGH are focused on ensuring supply to all their customers.
While PGH have tried to keep their costs down where possible, they have also been
experiencing increased costs from several unavoidable, ongoing global events.
Unfortunately, due to these global PG have reached a point where they can no longer absorb the associated increases in cost and need to pass them on. We are all feeling the pressure with regards to raw material shortages, delayed and limited freight availability, significant increases in power (gas, electricity), and fuel price volatility, which have added to the cost of doing business.
CSR PGH continues to work closely with our supply chain and operations teams to minimise disruptions and cost increases and have been streamlining processes to support the ongoing needs of the industry. Examples of this include:
- Streamlining production to increase capacity
- Increasing the ordering of bought-in-lines to help support demand and limit impact of shipping delays
CSR PGH would like to reaffirm its position as a leading provider of high-quality products with excellent service levels and we are very appreciative of your understanding through this challenging time.
The details of these increases are outlined below and will be effective on all deliveries from 1st November 2022, regardless of order date.
- Face Bricks (excluding Morada and Lang Mursten ranges) 7%
- Common Bricks 5%
- All PGH delivery charges will increase by 20% on the existing delivery rate by route, zone, or cost structure.”