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US lumber companies object to Canadian lumber industry aid programs

The U.S. Lumber Coalition has expressed concern over recent announced and implied aid programs across Canada to benefit the [...]

Norwegian Moelven seeing little effect from pandemic

Moelven started the year on a positive note, and the coronavirus pandemic has not yet significantly impacted the group’s [...]

Klausner Lumber One reportedly seeks Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with more than US$100M in debt

On April 30, Klausner Number One filed for Chapter 11 protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware [...]

UK’s timber supply chain well stocked for return to construction

    A new report by UK's Timber Trade Federation (TTF) has found that the UK timber [...]

European timber importers put orders on hold

Accurate estimates of the specific effects on timber trade volumes this year will only become apparent when more countries publish [...]

Södra to return to full production at its Orrefors as UK demand picks up

A cautious reopening of the UK economy again allows Södra to return to full production at one of its [...]

Canfor to reopen 2 BC sawmills

Canfor has announced that it plans to reopen two B.C. area sawmills on Monday, 11th May. Its operations in [...]

UK hardwood trade suffering from lack of finance and poor margins in time of COVID-19

UK hardwood market was not in total lockdown in April, but activity was radically reduced by the Covid-19 epidemic [...]

BC government offers aid to forest companies

The British Columbia government is deferring a timber harvesting fee charged to forest companies in an effort to help the [...]