UK’s lumber imports return to pre-Covid levels

UK’s lumber imports return to pre-Covid levels
A slow-down in house-building and housing repair in the first quarter of 2022 is being reflected in lumber import volumes.    UK show lumber imports in Q1 2022 fall below the record levels seen in 2021. The statistics of Timber Development UK show that while lumber import volumes in February 2022 were nearly 20% down on February 2021, they remain slightly above the pre-pandemic levels of February 2020.    February was the fifth consecutive month where total lumber import volumes were below the previous year, indicating a return to more expected ...

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