China’s demand for softwood logs expected to be reduced in Q1/2022

China’s demand for softwood logs expected to be reduced in Q1/2022
Softwood inventory levels in China have dropped slightly to 4.5mln m3 and daily offtake remains steady at 75k per day. This inventory level is about 40% higher than normal for this time of the year.    There will be reduced log supply in Quarter 1, 2021 due to:     The New Zealand Forest Industry Contractors Association said that in a recent survey of members only about 35% were operating at normal capacity.   Many harvesting crews will stop work for three to four weeks over the Christmas/New Year period.   ...

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