Valéron® Strength Films Announces Price Increase

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Valéron® Strength Films has announced a 4% price increase effective August 1 to offset increasing raw material, energy and transportation costs incurred to produce and supply products. This increase is in addition to the previously announced 5% increase implemented on July 1, 2008.

Valéron® Strength Films has announced a 4% price increase effective August 1 to offset increasing raw material, energy and transportation costs incurred to produce and supply products. This increase is in addition to the previously announced 5% increase implemented on July 1, 2008.

Valéron® products can be found in a variety of industries ranging from print media and industrial packaging to construction products. Customers have found that Valéron's unique cross-laminated technology provides the opportunity to down-gauge from heavier films and often replace more costly materials. The prospect of "doing more with less" has made Valéron® the choice for end users and converters in markets around the globe.

About Valéron® Strength Films:
Valéron® Strength Films is a world leader in the production of unique cross-laminated strength and specialty films under ISO 9001:2000 registration at its Houston, Texas and Essen, Belgium facilities. Valéron® Strength Film can be found in Child Resistant Packaging, Shipping Sacks, Tags and Labels, Outdoor Banners, Construction Products and Industrial Packaging. Valéron® Strength Films is a Division of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (NYSE: ITW), a Fortune 200 company based in Glenview, Illinois with net sales of $16 billion USD and more than 50,000 employees worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.valeron.com or contact us at 1-800-VALERON.

Valéron® Strength Films is registered trademarks of Illinois Tool Works Inc.

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Media Contact:
Jenna Villarreal
Marketing Communications Manager, Valéron® Strength Films
800-825-3766 ext. 4260
jvillarreal @ valeron.com

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