New Zealand log export prices dropped as China’s seasonal demand falls

New Zealand log export prices dropped as China’s seasonal demand falls
    The At Wharf Gate (AWG) prices for New Zealand export logs in July decreased an average of $8-9 per JASm3 from June prices.    There was a wide range of prices depending upon location as demurrage costs in Gisborne due to port congestion affected AWG log prices. There were also different market strategy approaches by log exporters with their AWG pricing.    The combination of the usual drop in productivity in China during their hottest months was exacerbated by the Chinese government forcing some sawmills to relocate from Taicang ...

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