With the embargo imposed by China on the importation of Australian logs still in effect, it is becoming a race against time to find a home for the thousands and thousands of logs that are sitting at the dock at Bunbury Port awaiting shipment. Australia has the processing capabilities to keep and use those logs domestically, however, the price difference between internal usage and exported whole logs is significant. Gary Addison owns one of the companies that has been negatively impacted by the ban. His company’s output was 100% in the ...
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