Finland imports of wood chips and logs from Russia fell from record to zero

Finland imports of wood chips and logs from Russia fell from record to zero
Imports of wood chips and logs to Finland from Russia fell from an all-time high in 2020 to zero in late 2022 Finnish pulpmills and sawmills have long been dependent on imported wood raw-material to meet their wood fiber needs. In 2021, as much as 23% of the pulp sector relied on foreign logs and wood chips, predominantly from neighboring countries. From 2018 to 2021, the total import volume was over 11 million m3 annually, with hardwood logs accounting for about 50% of the volume. However, the stable foreign fiber supply changed swiftly in early 2022.  ...

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