South Korean wood pellet imports reached an all-time high in November, as more cargoes reached Busan and Pohang ports compared with last month. South Korea imported 358,867t of wood pellets in November, up by 69.2pc from 212,150t in November last year. This was also 7.8pc higher than t October when imports reached what was then the historic high of 333,002t for any month. Imports through Gwangyang and Gunsan, the main ports for bringing wood pellets into South Korea, were stable in November. Pellet imports through Busan ...
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