Some sawmills in Finland are running despite coronavirus pandemic

Some sawmills in Finland are running despite coronavirus pandemic
Despite the emergency situation caused by the coronavirus, everyday life at Koskisen production plants is still close to normal. Logs are being bought to be sawn at the sawmill and peeled at the plywood mill. The chips from the process are used to manufacture chipboard, which is currently in high demand – people now have time for home improvement.    Customers worldwide are still ordering sawn timber, plywood and chipboard, although the prolonged uncertainty in the markets is starting to make its mark on the development of the order book. Koskisen hopes that, in addition to the easing ...

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