The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the condition of the wood industry in Poland, which after temporary problems, including with the availability of the raw material, it is back to functioning at full capacity. However, the industry still suffers from, among others problems with finding employees, the monopoly of the State Forests, which provide over 90% raw material for the domestic market, and fierce competition, which drives up wood prices. The pandemic and the economic slowdown have had a heavy impact on the timber industry in Poland. From March to June, many sawmills closed their gates ...
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