According to the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), the value of Brazilian exports of wood-based products (except pulp and paper) increased 82% in value year-over-year from US$216.9 million in June 2020, to US$394.3 million in June 2021.
Pine sawnwood exports grew 74% in value between June 2020 (US$38.4 million) and June 2021 (US$66.7 million). In volume, exports increased 24% over the same period, from 224,500 cu.m to 278,800 cu.m.
International demand for plywood remained strong, and Brazil’s pine plywood exports increase almost 300% in value in June 2021 in comparison with June 2020, from US$34.8 million to US$136.9 million. In terms of volume, exports increased 65% over the same period from 145,800 cu.m to 239,800 cu.m. There was also a surge in demand for tropical plywood and the volume of exports increased 36.0% and in value by 75% from 3,900 cu.m (US$1.6 million) in June 2020 to 5,300 cu.m (US$2.8 million) in June 2021.
As for wooden furniture, export earnings jumped from US$38.0 million in June 2020 to US$62.4 million in June 2021 — a 64.0% rise.
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