Europe’s sawn hardwood production at highest level since 2008

Europe’s sawn hardwood production at highest level since 2008
Production of sawn hardwood in Europe was significantly impacted by the coronavirus crisis in 2020 with a strong decline particularly in France and Germany. Overall, sawn hardwood production declined from around 6 million cu.m in 2019 to just above 5.5 million cu.m in 2020.    However, in 2021 the situation dramatically improved with a 13% increase in production to close to 6.3 million cu.m. This was the highest level of sawn hardwood production in the European Sawmill Organisation (EOS) countries since 2008 and came on the back of a sustained increase in ...

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