Timber prices in Germany are increasing; supply not able to keep pace with demand

Timber prices in Germany are increasing; supply not able to keep pace with demand
    The rise in wood prices in Germany continues - with supply not keeping pace with growth in demand in some market segments.    In addition, despite the recovery, the price level, especially for spruce wood - but also for pulpwood - is not too far from the historic price lows of the previous year. The price signals, especially for softwood and pulpwood, are extremely dynamic: "The market is developing positively, prices are rising," said Martin Neumeyer, CEO of the Bavarian State Forests, at the end of February.    In some regions, if the ...

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