2022 Pricing Surcharge Announcement
Pricing Changes and Surcharges for 2022
Pricing changes are in effect effective January 4, 2022; For items that have not been updated on this website or in the pdf catalog pages as of yet, a 6% surcharge will apply.
In addition, some specific products may have an additional surcharge due to specific raw material increases. That surcharge will be shown on our quotation or sales order.
We have not had a price increase in many years, but the current raw material supply constraints and price increases forces us to raise prices by 6% as a surcharge to old published pricing. We will be monitoring the cost situation closely, and making any reduction or increase in the surcharge as conditions change.
There are a few items where an additional increase is warranted due to significantly higher material costs - these will be updated in our systems in order to reflect the correct price as soon as possible.
As we update pricing on our web cart, the code "A22" is applied to the end of part numbers, which indicates that the pricing for that item has been updated to January 2022 and includes the 6% surcharge. For all web orders a followup sales order from our processing system will be sent to you which itemizes any surcharge for each line item in your web order.
Catalog Page Pricing Update:
Items which have updated 2022 pricing will have a pricing sheet as the last page in the PDF catalog page with the header line: "Product Price List - (Month) 2022". If the pdf catalog page does not have a pricing sheet as the last page, then the pricing shown on that catalog page for that item does not have the pricing increase applied yet.
Pricing search page:
Pricing on the Search link has been updated and shows 2022 pricing with the general 6% surcharge already built-in. However some specific items may still have an additional surcharge which will be shown on the quote or sales order.
Incoming freight surcharge:
Effective June 2 2022: An incoming freight surcharge of 3.5% is being applied to some items to take into account the increased costs of bringing raw materials in. This is due to carrier price increases, port surcharges and fuel surcharges.