Around two thirds of the respondents to the survey on the impact of Covid-19 have reported a drop in demand for timber as the sector prepares for six to 12 months of disruption. The impact on businesses has been reported as ‘medium’ by half of the respondents, while a quarter reported the impact as minimal and the remainder as high, according to a Timber Trade Federation (TTF) survey on member companies. Businesses are reporting they are taking precautionary measures, including cancelling physical meetings and switching customers visits with phone calls and ...
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