Wood prices in Germany are stabilizing

Wood prices in Germany are stabilizing
  The Bavarian State Forests are now reporting that the wood price has stabilized for the first time in more than a year.  The supply crisis in spring and summer 2021 with too little wood, especially for the local processing industry, is over, according to a press release from the Bavarian State Forests.  "The situation on the timber market has eased."  The deputy head of the Bavarian Wasserburg forestry company, Sebastian Klinghardt, explains that, from the point of view of the German foresters, the price has now leveled off at a justified level. He calculates ...

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