Register
Companies in the timber industry / Daily News / Global Trends / Market Analysis / Wood Industry Prices / Forestry / Lumber / Price analysis and info / Sawmilling / Statistics / Wood Products / Global / North America
February 17, 2022

Lumber prices rise again as Canada’s biggest producers reduce output

Lumber prices rise again as Canada’s biggest producers reduce output
Lumber futures rose to the highest in a month as some of Canada’s biggest producers reduce output and transportation snags disrupt shipments to customers.    March futures rose by the exchange limit of $45 Wednesday to $1,336 per $1,000 board feet in Chicago before paring gains. The surge comes as firms such as Canfor Corp. announce supply cuts in British Columbia, while port congestion and a lack of rail cars and trucks make it harder for Canadian companies to get timber to buyers.    “In Western Canada these transportation challenges are ...

Register for unlimited access

We work hard to bring you the latest news in the world of international wood industry. The article you are currently reading is available only to registered users.

By registering you gain access to:

  • Thousands of quality articles
  • In-depth analyses of market trends
  • Exclusive market price insights
  • And much more!

All this for only 248 EURO/year!

(approximately $ 272.51, Paypal exchange rate)

Register now:

Checkout Options
Yearly subscription - 248 EUR/year
password strength indicator
Additional Info




We Accept PayPal
Billing Address

Keywords