B.C. forest sector to diversify products amid high fibre costs, oversupply and low lumber prices

B.C. forest sector to diversify products amid high fibre costs, oversupply and low lumber prices
    British Columbia forest sector's woes ranging from high wood costs, declining AAC, US duties, market oversupply and low lumber prices heighten focus on diversifying into more value-added production, including CLT.    For many months, issues in the logging industry have made headlines across the country. Companies continue to deal with high fibre costs, a recent increase in stumpage, low lumber prices, a declining annual allowable cut, oversupply in the market and punitive softwood lumber duties.    Together these combine to create a challenging time across the B.C ...

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