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  • Global Timber and Wood Products Market Update

    Etiketter: Wood
    China has become the major destination for Eucalyptus chips from Australia with record-high shipments in 2015, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. / Wood Resources International
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  • Global Timber and Wood Products Market Update

    Etiketter: Wood
    Wood fiber costs for pulp mills in the Western US have increased substantially over the past year while other regions in the US have experienced only modest increases, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. / Wood Resources International
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  • Global Timber and Wood Products Market Update

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    Sawlog prices declined in many countries during 2014 and the GSPI price index in the 4Q/14 was at the lowest level in two years, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. / Wood Resources International
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  • OrganoWood signs general agreement with Finnish S-group

    Etiketter: Wood
    OrganoClick’s daughter company OrganoWood markets and supplies eco-labeled fire protected and durable wood and wood treatment products. During 2014, initial test sales were performed in Finland through 6 units within Kodin Terra, a Finnish building supplier chain which is part of the larger S-group. OrganoWood and the S-group now enter into a general agreement under which OrganoWood’s products will be supplied through the S-groups 27 units throughout Finland. / OrganoWood
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  • 6 Major Engineered Wood Construction Products

    Etiketter: Wood
    The beginning of what we now think of as engineered wood products began in the last half of the 20th Century and still continues to grow. New wood chip and fiber technology is providing us with better products every year and has accelerated the recovery of wood residues and use of lower grade timber. / About.com Forestry
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  • Sawlog prices were generally lower throughout the world in the 4Q

    Etiketter: Wood
    Excerpts from the 4Q 2014 issue of the Wood Resource Quarterly. To subscribe to the full 52-page market report, please visit www.woodprices.com / Woodprices
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  • Landscape approaches

    Etiketter: Forest research and education
    Landscape approaches are widely used to analyse growing pressures on our natural resources, and to identify the needs of present and future generations. The main driver of rural landscape change in coming decades is the rapid land use expansion and intensification required for increased food production and for wood and energy crops. / SIFI
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  • Sawlog prices fell because of reduced lumber production and slowing log exports to Asia

    Etiketter: Wood
    Sawlog prices fell throughout much of North America during the 3Q/14 because of reduced lumber production and slowing log exports to Asia, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review Lower lumber production and slowing log exports to Asia resulted in generally lower sawlog prices in both the US and Canada in the 3Q/14, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. The biggest price declines were seen in the US South and in the Interior of British Columbia, where prices were down 3-10% from the 2Q/14. / Wood Resources International
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  • Wood pellet exports from North America reached a new record high

    Etiketter: Wood
    Asia has become a new market for wood pellet exporters in Western Canada with shipments having increased for six consecutive quarters, while Canadian exports to Europe have fallen substantially during 2014, reports the North American Wood Fiber Review. Seattle, USA.
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  • Forests around the world affected by climate change

    Etiketter: Forest research and education
    An highly interesting article on forests and climate change was recently published by the Potsdam-Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK): Around the globe, forests are found to be undergoing strong changes due to human influence already today. Degradation of woods due to man-made climate change cannot be ruled out for the future, a Special Feature in the Journal of Ecology, led by a team of scientists of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), now shows. / Nordic Forest Research
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