Decreasing US softwood lumber imports as shipments from Canada fall

Decreasing US softwood lumber imports as shipments from Canada fall
From January to April, US import volumes fell by nearly 7% or 860,000 m³. This is the result of a decrease in softwood lumber imports from Canada.    In the months from January to April, US softwood lumber imports totaled 11.72 million m³. As data published by the FAS show, this corresponds to a 6.8% decrease compared to the same period of last year. Shipments from Europe increased from 116,000 m³ in 2021 to 134,000 m³ this year (+15%).    The decrease is mainly the result of one country ...

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