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Coronavirus: German timber trade companies consider current business as satisfactory

German timber trade companies are affected by the coronavirus crisis in very different ways: companies that sell wood have had [...]

Survey – Impact of coronavirus pandemic on the Brazilian timber sector

The economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the measures adopted to try and slow its spread are having a [...]

British Columbia’s lumber exports fall 21% in Jan.-Feb. 2020

New figures from the provincial government show a sharp decline in commodity exports because of the coronavirus.    [...]

Impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the European Green Deal

Measures to contain the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic have led to a dramatic reduction in travel and economic activity [...]
April 22, 2020 Latest Trends / Forestry / ...Sawmilling / Europe

Coronavirus: Skyrocketing timber prices in China as global supply falls sharply

In the recent period, coronavirus pandemic has reduced logging in many countries, overseas container costs and sea freight prices have [...]

Trade of logs in Finland falls drastically

    Trade of roundwood in Finland continued at a slow pace in February. In January and in [...]

Russia: Exports of softwood lumber fall due to low demand in China

In the first two months, Russia exported 5% less softwood, including planed timber, compared to the same period in the [...]

Bankruptcy proceedings for Klausner’s US sawmill operations

Austrian company Klausner, which began operation in US back in 2015 has filed for insolvency.    Bankruptcy [...]