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  • Canada Woodworking East 2014

    Etiketter: Wood
    From forward-thinking educational seminars to an expansive exhibit floor and limitless networking opportunities with industry peers, Canada Woodworking East is the only show focused on Canada’s French and Bilingual secondary wood marketplace. / Woodworking East
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  • Interfor reports strong Q4 results

    Etiketter: Wood
    The Canadian wood products company International Forest Products (Interfor) reported net earnings of $11.4 million or $0.18 per share in the fourth quarter of 2013, compared to net losses of $0.1 million or $0.00 per share in the third quarter and $3.8 million or $0.07 per share in the fourth quarter of 2012. / Pulppapernews
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  • Wood pellet exports from North America have steadily increased

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    Wood pellet exports from North America have steadily increased over the past two years, having more than doubled since late 2011, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. North American shipments of wood pellets over the Atlantic continued to go up in the 2Q/13 with volumes more than double those in the 2Q/11, according to data compiled by the North American Wood Fiber Review. Shipments to the major consumer in Europe, the United Kingdom, are likely to decline in the coming year because of the closure of a major biomass plant in the UK. The full article, excerpt from the North American Wood Fiber Review, can be found at the web site. / Wood Resources International
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  • BSW Timber Commits to Major Latvian Expansion

    Etiketter: Wood
    Investment Set to Double Capacity at one of Europe’s Most ‘Technically Enhanced’ Sawmills. BSW Timber’s on-going investment programme in all its mills across the UK and Europe is continuing with the announcement that the company has committed to major funding for the expansion of its Latvian operation. / BSW Timber
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  • NZ government knocks back funding for hardwood

    Etiketter: Wood
    Arsenic in the soil from thousands of tanalised pine posts led to the search for an alternative. It has taken 10 years, but the group formed to undertake the research and grow the wood, the New Zealand Dryland Forests Initiative, has reached a crucial stage. / Timberbiz
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  • China importation of lumber and logs up 30 % year-over-year

    Etiketter: Wood
    Increased investments in the housing sector resulted in record imports of logs and lumber to China in the 2Q/13, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Lumber importation has grown faster than that of logs, with Russia and Canada being the major lumber suppliers in recent years. New Zealand has become the major supplier of logs, overtaking Russia, who has long dominated this market. / Wood Resources International
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  • Canadian wood profits surge

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    Canadian wood-products industry profits will more than double this year to Can$808 million as the surging sector cashes in on a US housing market recovery and strong demand from China, according to the Conference Board of Canada. / Timberbiz
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  • Sawmills in Sweden and Finland have expanded shipments of lumber

    Etiketter: Wood
    Many sawmills in Northern Europe have expanded their lumber sales outside the Europe market the past few years resulting in an increase in non-European exports from 27 percent of total exports in 2007 to 43 percent in 2012, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. The biggest changes have been in shipments to Northern Africa, Middle East, Japan, China and the US. Subscript and read more. / Wood Resource International
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  • Mullumbimby Sawmill history comes to light

    Etiketter: Wood
    Much has been written about the early cedar cutters of Mullumbimby there is very little relating to the later timber industry, especially details of all the sawmills scattered throughout the region. / Timberbiz
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  • Wood costs for the pulp and paper industry declined the past two years

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    Wood costs for the pulp and paper industry declined the past two years, with the 1Q/13 Wood Fiber Price Indices being down 10% from 2011, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Prices for wood chips and pulplogs have fallen worldwide the past two years, resulting in lower production costs for the world’s pulp and paper industry, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Both the HFPI and SFPI price indices have fallen by over ten percent from their peaks in 2011. The biggest declines in wood fiber prices have occurred in Brazil, Canada, the US and Japan. You can read the whole article when you subscribe. / Wood Resources International
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