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24.05.2016

Within January-April, 2016 timber production in Russia decreased to 6.2% in comparison with the same period of the previous year. Plywood production increased to 1.1%, veneer production decreased to 7.8%

17.05.2016

Within January-April, 2016 timber production in Ukraine increased to 21.7% in comparison with the same period of the previous year. Plywood production decreased to 7.9%, wood panel production – to 4.3%, veneer production increased to 9.9%. Parquet production increased to 13.8%

12.05.2016

In March 2016 timber export in Russia increased to 6% in comparison with the same period of the previous year. The main reason was Russian ruble devaluation and decrease of domestic market demand. The main market for Russian timber (wood panel, plywood, OSB)  stays China (28%). The future situation will depend on the construction field development

04.05.2016

Within 2015 Chinese plywood export reduced to 8% in comparison with the 2014 (5% in value terms). The main markets in 2015 year were the USA (17%), UAE (6.8%), Great Britain (6.7%), Japan (6.2%), South Korea (6.1%), the Philippines (5.6%), Saudi Arabia (4.6%)

20.04.2016

Within January-February, 2016 far-abroad export of Belarusian wooden panels showed 11.2% increase in comparison with the same period of the previous year. The main export markets were Italy, Bulgaria, Iran, Macedonia, Denmark, Poland, Latvia.

19.04.2016

Within January-March, 2016 timber production in Russia decreased to 8.4% in comparison with the same period of the previous year. Plywood production increased to 1.8%, veneer production decreased to 17.5%

13.04.2016

Consumption of laminated wooden panels in the USA is expected to increase to 2.5% yearly. By 2020 consumption volume is expected in amount around 1 billion m2. The reason of increasing demand for laminated panels and plywood is expanded usage of furniture, flooring, finishing 

21.03.2016

Dubai WoodShow, the largest exhibition in the Middle East for timber, machineries and equipment,  will take place in UAE in April, 2016. The United Arabic Emirates is the home of nearly 36% of the furniture factories. The last year showed the growth in the domestic furniture sector and increase in demand for imported timber from global and regional markets.

11.03.2016

“Bellesbumprom” (Belarus) increased export of wood panels, plywood, furniture, paper to far-abroad countries to 10.7% in January, 2016 in comparison with the same period of the previous year. The main partners were France, Czech Republic, Denmark, Turkey, Poland, Latvia, Italy.

03.03.2016

Within January, 2016 Russian plywood export increased up to 12.5% in comparison with the same period of the previous year. Export to near-abroad countries showed 45.1% decrease, to far-abroad – 21% increase. In value terms plywood estimated 11.2% decrease