Keyword: Europe

Growth in European construction sector forecast to slow in the next two years

    European construction output is forecasted to increase by less than 2% in 2019, and by less [...]

European bark beetle spruce logs flood the Chinese market

    European beetle spruce logs have flooded the Chinese market. In the first eight months of the [...]
November 19, 2019 Latest Trends / Market Analysis / ...Forestry / Sawmilling / China / Europe

European Commission: More countries than ever hit by forest fires

On 31 October 2019, the European Commission published the 2018 edition of its Annual Report on Forest Fires in Europe [...]
November 19, 2019 Latest Trends / Market Analysis / ...Forestry / Sawmilling / Europe

Cheap European logs flood the Chinese market

While log supply from North and South America in China has virtually dried up the volume from Europe continues to [...]

Weak market for European birch timber in China

Some Chinese merchants said that this year, due to the short-term factors such as the downturn in the property [...]

European softwood lumber shipments to the US about to double

    European softwood lumber shipments to the US have reached levels unseen since before the global financial [...]

ISC 2019: Bark beetle crisis in the European lumber market expected to continue for years

    Disruption in European lumber market caused by log glut from bark beetle infestation is expected to [...]

European companies gather to promote timber as replacement of steel and concrete in buildings

Armed with €10m in EU funding, a consortium of 21 European companies and organisations has formed to try and make [...]

Parquet markets in Europe report slight recovery, yet with some decreasing trends

    The Board of Directors of the European Federation of the Parquet Industry (FEP) met on 2 [...]

The European Panel Federation to criticize VOC requirements introduced in Germany

The European Wood-based Panel Federation (EPF) raises the alarm against the current threat to European harmonisation and progress posed [...]