Every year in Germany, specialists in the hardwood sector meet at the beginning of September for talks involving forestry companies and wood processing representatives. The September 2020 talks highlighted that the pandemic has further complicated a situation marked by suffering forests and sawmills struggling to keep up. Technical unemployment, full warehouses with damaged wood, uncertainties in the regional and export markets, make things hard for the companies in the industry. Beech trees, already weakened by last year's large-scale drought, are again particularly affected. This applies to beeches in dry and ...
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