Lenzing Announces 10 Percent Fiber Price Increase

LENZING, Austria — November 29, 2010 — The Lenzing Group, world leader in man-made cellulose
fibers, will adapt its fiber prices with the beginning of 2011. Prices will be raised by at least
10 percent, depending on the product. Price increases will take place in Textile Fibers as well as
in Nonwovens. The decision was necessitated by the recent strong rise in raw material prices, in
particular for dissolving pulp and chemicals required for the production of viscose, modal and
® fibers.

Lenzing emphasizes that the company had managed to keep the prices for its specialty fibers
Lenzing Modal
® and TENCEL
® stable throughout the year 2010, despite the booming cotton and polyester fiber prices
from mid-year onwards. Lenzing intends to pursue a balanced pricing policy in the interest of
long-term customer relationships also in the future. The company considers itself a reliable and
predictable partner of all its customers throughout the textile value chain.

Posted on November 30, 2010

Source: The Lenzing Group