pulpwood

  • The Global Forest Industry This Quarter

    Etiketter: Wood
    Sawlog prices moved upward in a majority of the 20 regions covered by WRQ. Softwood pulpwood prices moved up, while hardwood pulpwood prices fell for many pulp mills around the world. Production of market pulp fell in two of the three major pulp-producing regions in the world in early 2014. Global trade of lumber increased. /
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  • Rising timber prices on sawlogs during the first quarter

    Etiketter: Wood
    Statistics from Swedish Forest Agency show increasing timber prices on sawlogs and unchanged prices on pulpwood during the first quarter of 2014. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Decreasing sawlog and pulpwood prices during 2013

    Etiketter: Forestry
    Statistics for the 4th quarter 2013 shows a small increase in prices compared to previous quarter, but annual prices for 2013 decreased compared to 2012. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Decreasing sawlog and pulpwood prices during the third quarter of 2013

    Etiketter: Forestry
    Sawlog prices decreased by 1 percent in the third quarter of 2013 compared to the prior quarter. Pulpwood prices decreased by 2 percent compared to the prior quarter. Sawlog prices decreased in the Northern and Southern Region by 3 and 7 percent respectively while the sawlog prices rose in the Central Region with 4 percent. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Roundwood stocks at the end of 2012

    Etiketter: Wood
    The total stocks of coniferous sawlogs, pulpwood and chips at the end of 2012 were 11 percent lower than the corresponding year in 2011. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Falling sawlog and pulpwood prices

    Etiketter: Wood
    Roundwood prices of sawlogs (delivery prices) fell by two percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared to the prior quarter. Prices fell by two percent in Southern Sweden and by four percent in Central Sweden. In Northern Sweden prices rose with one percent. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Global prices for sawlogs, pulpwood and wood chips – all in one quarterly report

    Etiketter: Wood
    Join subscribers in over 25 countries and receive 6 issues for the price of 4 - a 33% discount! The Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ) has tracked wood prices in most major regions of the world for 25 years. It is the only publication that covers prices and market developments for sawlogs, pulplogs, wood chips and biomass worldwide in one comprehensive report each quarter. The 52-page quarterly report is an essential source for anyone that needs to track the global forest industry, forest products trade and wood raw-material prices. To review a sample (pdf) of the WRQ, please click here
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  • Stock volumes of pulpwood during the third quarter

    Stocks of pulpwood amounted to 4.3 million m³ (cubic metre solid volume excl. bark) in the third quarter of 2012. The volumes are 11 percent lower compared to second quarter of 2012 but higher by 6 percent when compared to the same quarter in 2011. Stock volumes of pulpwood differ between wood balance regions. In the northern part of Sweden, the stocks of pulpwood increased, while in central and south of Sweden the stocks declined. The largest stock volumes were of pine and coniferous pulpwood 3.4 million m³, stocks of spruce pulpwood were 0.5 million m³, other pulpwood accounted for 0.7million m³ and pulpwood chips were 0.7 million m³. Most of the increase of pine and coniferous pulpwood was in wood balance region 1 and region 2. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Downturn of roundwood exports and weak upswing for imports

    During January-August 2012 the export volume decreased for both sawlogs (-16%) and pulpwood (-29%) compared with the same period 2011. The corresponding figures in 2012 were an increase of imports by 25% and 4% respectively. / Swedish Forest Agency
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  • Log and lumber imports to China were down 19% during first eight months of 2012

    Importation of both logs and lumber to China fell substantially in 2012, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Total imports, by value, during the first eight months was 4.3 billion dollars, or 19% less than in 2011, with the biggest declines in logs imported from Russia and the US, and in lumber from North America. Global timber, pulpwood and biomass market reporting is included in the 52-­page quarterly publication Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ). The report, established in  1988 and with subscribers in over 25 countries, tracks sawlog, pulpwood, lumber and pellet prices and market developments in most key regions around the world. To subscribe to the WRQ, please go to www.woodprices.com / Woodprices.com
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