Half a year after the first survey, the German Sawmill and Wood Industry Association (DeSH) asked its members again about the effects of the coronavirus crisis. The result: The levels of concern vary widely across the industry. The hardwood sawmills, of which 56 percent are still in an economically difficult situation, are still facing particular challenges. In the case of softwood companies, it is only around 27 percent. “Fortunately, the coronavirus crisis has not yet hit the sawmill and wood industry as badly as we expected at the beginning of the lockdown. However, our survey shows ...
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