B.C. lumber producers on a roller-coaster ride due to price fluctuations

B.C. lumber producers on a roller-coaster ride due to price fluctuations
BC Lumber producers are accustomed to boom and bust cycles, but the past two years have been surprisingly volatile for the industry.  Lumber prices fell at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, then hit record highs, only to fall again and rebound.  The protests against old-growth logging on Vancouver Island that began in 2020 by environmentalists have attracted international attention. In 2021, the B.C. government announced plans to restrict logging in old-growth forests, nearly three decades after the Clinton administration banned timber harvesting in the US Pacific Northwest.  North American ...

Register for unlimited access

We work hard to bring you the latest news in the world of the international wood industry. The article you are currently reading is available only to registered users.
By registering you gain access to:
  • Thousands of quality articles
  • In-depth analyses of market trends
  • Exclusive market price insights
  • And much more!
Checkout Options
Yearly subscription - 298€/12 months
password strength indicator
Additional Info




We Accept PayPal
Billing Address

Keywords