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May 25, 2020
The coronavirus has not stopped the global trade of forest products
The coronavirus pandemic has negatively impacted the supply chains for numerous industry sectors worldwide the past few months. Many commodity products saw reduced trade during March and April, a result of reduced demand, closures of manufacturing facilities to protect workers, constraint in the handling capacity of goods at many ports, and widespread financial distress. However, one sector that has remained fairly strong during the initial period of the pandemic is the forest products industry. Demand for toilet paper, face masks, disinfecting wipes, corrugated paper for cardboard boxes, and wood products for home ...
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