Many Canadian sawmills could revive if US softwood lumber tariffs will change

Many Canadian sawmills could revive if US softwood lumber tariffs will change
Changes to softwood tariffs between the United States and Canada could help alleviate the Canada’s lumber shortage.    Canada’s currently experiencing a shortage of pressure-treated lumber, and prices have been costly. The shortage is due to COVID-19 shutting down lumber mills, and residents starting home renovations during the pandemic.    Another factor impacting exports is the large tariffs placed on Canadian lumber exporters. These tariffs played a large role in Kenora Forest Product’s layoffs last September, as they currently add an additional 24 per cent of taxes onto the ...

Register for unlimited access

We work hard to bring you the latest news in the world of the international wood industry. The article you are currently reading is available only to registered users.
By registering you gain access to:
  • Thousands of quality articles
  • In-depth analyses of market trends
  • Exclusive market price insights
  • And much more!
(approximately $22.8, Paypal exchange rate)
Checkout Options
Yearly subscription - 249€/12 months
password strength indicator
Additional Info




We Accept PayPal
Billing Address

Keywords