September 21, 2014
Global trade of softwood lumber rises in H1/2014
Global trade of softwood lumber was up seven percent in the first six months of 2014, with Russia, Germany and Sweden increasing shipments the most, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Higher demand for wood products following the global recession has resulted in a steadily increasing trade in softwood lumber the past five years. Demand for softwood lumber has been steadily increasing on a worldwide basis since the great recession. The higher consumption of lumber has resulted in a rise in the global trade of lumber with shipments in 2014 on pace to be the highest since ...
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