Forestry

Largest German sawmills expected to rise production this year despite pandemic

    Last year, Germany’s biggest sawmills again raised their cutting volume. As to 2020, companies are [...]

BC forest industry faces wave of sawmills closures

Softwood lumber prices soared 75% in recent weeks – but that won’t bring closed mills back  As governments [...]

SCA to boost wood harvesting level by 1 million m3 per year

    SCA has confirmed a new harvesting plan which shows that the harvesting level in the own [...]

Stora Enso sees sharp drop in its Wood Products division

Stora Enso's Wood Products division sales decreased by 16% in the second quarter yoy, or by EUR 65 million [...]

Vietnamese wood and wood products exports recover in June

Vietnam earned nearly 5 billion U.S. dollars from exporting wood and wood-based products in the first half of [...]

European forests under sustained pressure, study says

No year since weather records began was as hot and dry as 2018. A first comprehensive analysis of the consequences [...]

Holmen becomes an important player in the CLT industry

On Thursday, July 16, Holmen announced the news that the Group has signed an agreement to acquire the family-owned [...]

German spruce lumber puts pressure on Finnish and Russian exports to China

After February, a large volume of German spruce lumber was reported at the Chinese ports, with imports reaching approximately 340 [...]

African tropical timber exports driven down by pandemic

The rapid spread of the coronavirus has adversely affected West Africa’s export markets, imports, foreign investment, tourism and remittances [...]

Södra to lower timber prices

    Södra adjusts the price for pulpwood, fuel wood and small diameter timber.    [...]