Russian forest product exports mostly down during the first quarter of 2020.
According to a report issues by the International Tropical Timber Organization U.S. imports of tropical hardwood veneer recover from a dismal February as March imports rose by 56%.
China’s plywood exports for first quarter of 2020, when compared to the same period in 2019, suffered a loss of 85% in volume and 82% in value.
After one of the harshest fire seasons on record, the race is now on in Australia to harvest and store timber and forest products before they become unusable.
According to the International Tropical Timber Organization, Brazilian exports of wood-based product declined year-over-year 4.4% in value in March.
According to the International Tropical Timber Organization, in February, Japan’s overall year-over-year imports of plywood dropped 17%.
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The Government of the Republic of Mordovia, Russia has included Plyterra, JSC, in a limited list of companies that significantly […]
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