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North American Lumber Production Up : Composite Panel Association North American Lumber Production Up. U.S. lumber production for 2017 totaled 33.9 billion board feet (bbf), up 4.2% from 2016, according to the Western Wood Products Association. Total Canadian lumber production in 2017 was 28.3bbf, relatively unchanged from 2016. See Random Lengths · Annual Meetings · News

Forisk Forecast: North American Softwood Lumber Production Jul 29, 2016 This is the second in a series related to Forisk's Q3 2016 forest industry analysis and timber price forecasts for North America. Some markets are more important than others for timberland investors and forest managers. While timberland owners sell logs to mills that make poles, paper, and panels, the

North American softwood lumber production up 0.6 percent Jan 22, 2018 North American softwood lumber production was up 0.6 percent in the third quarter of 2017 over 2016.

North American softwood lumber trends & outlook - Friday Offcuts Aug 25, 2017 For the full year of 2016, apparent North American softwood lumber consumption was 97.9 million m3, a y/y increase of 8%. Of the total consumption, the U.S. comprised 81.7 million m3 (+10% y/y) and Canada 16.2 million m3 (-0.6%). Production Last year's U.S. softwood lumber output came in at 55.6

North American Lumber Industry Starts 2018 in High Gear Jan 19, 2018 Demand, especially from retailers, continues to be so strong that many North American sawmills are actually able to grow their order files. As Madison's anticipated at the end of 2017, the North American lumber market is back in high gear as customers in Canada and the US keep up with high demand.

Record high prices for softwood lumber in North America in the 3Q/17 Dec 11, 2017 However, there was an increase in demand during the third quarter, which was met by higher domestic production both in the South and the West. US lumber production has gone up by 3.2% year-over-year, and the only region of North America that saw a reduction in lumber production this year was British

North American Lumber Forecast - RISI - Objective Insight. Better Executive Summary – a comprehensive summary of the North American lumber market, including analysis on the state of both the US and Canadian economies, demand indicators, current production costs, and market risks for North American softwood lumber and engineered lumber (I-Joists and LVL). Economic Outlook

About the U.S. Lumber Industry - The US Lumber Coalition The American wood products and forestry industries are critical elements of the U.S. manufacturing base and state economies. The U.S. sawmills and wood preservation industry employs over 90,000 workers across America. This represents an annual payroll income of over $3 billion which supports the economies of

North America Sawmill Capacity, Production: October 2017 Jan 22, 2018 US sawmills produced 28.638 billion board ft. (bbf) of softwood lumber in the first ten months of 2017, another 4.3 per cent increase over last month, from 27.446 bbf from January to October the previous year, according to the Western Wood Products Association's latest Lumber Track report Wednesday.

The North American Forest Sector Outlook Study - unece 16. 2.1.2 FAO Forestry Sector Outlook Study—United States (2008). 17. 2.1.3 FAO Forestry Sector Outlook Study—Canada (2008). 17. 2.2 RPA Timber and Forest Assessments. 18. 3 Recent trends in the forest sector of North America. 21. 3.1 Forest inventory. 21. 3.2 Aggregate production, consumption, and prices of forest

North American Softwood Lumber Production and the Value of Nov 22, 2016 For North America, critical analysis includes Canada's softwood lumber industry. What is Canada's ability to manufacture and export softwood lumber to the United States? And what is the status of Canada's domestic housing markets? Critically in 2016, Canada housing starts softened, building homes at

What can wood industry expect in North America, in 2017? ? Forest Feb 1, 2017 The main idea of Mapping the Course was to discuss timberlands, wood industry, processing, and fiber issues for 2017 in North America.

The lumber industry responds to the rise of mass timber - Archpaper Nov 22, 2017 North America's lumber industry helped define what it means to build in the modern era. With the invention of the light balloon–frame, lumber became an indispensable resource to the quickly expanding United States in the 19th century. Over the past 150 years, the process and politics of wood have

Lumber from North America - Danzer Danzer's North America lumber operations at Bradford and Shade Gap, Pennsylvania offer a broad range of sustainably produced hardwood lumber from one of the largest, most modern and efficient saw mills in the US.

Production - Random Lengths Production in the West was up 3.0% to 14.1 bbf. Lumber production in Canada in 2017 was virtually unchanged from 2016 at 28.3 bbf. Output in British Columbia fell 4.5% to 13.0 bbf, while production East of the Rockies gained 4.1% to 15.4 bbf. Total North American lumber production in 2017 was 62.2 bbf, a 2.2% increase

Canada & U.S. “Top 40” Lumber Producers' Annual Ranking: 2016 Mar 22, 2017 A Banner Year for Sawmills in 2016. The latest WOOD MARKETS annual survey of the “Top 40” Canadian and U.S. softwood lumber producers featured steady production growth in 2016 due to the cooperation of a strong U.S. market, plus growth in China. Amid an absence of any major mill acquisitions,

2015 U.S. & Canada Top 20 Lumber Producers Annual Report Mar 25, 2016 The latest WOOD MARKETS annual survey of the “Top 20” Canadian and U.S. softwood lumber producers in 2015 shows solid increases by the industry in both countries as the continued recovery in the U.S. housing market, combined with strong growth in residential repair and remodelling, helped

North America's Top Producers - The Sawmill Database Highest production of sawn wood in North America. Here's a summary of the top producers of sawn wood in North America by production volume. The figures are based on data from the sawmill database and is for many geographical areas far from complete. When listing an individual country the production is given for

2018 Lumber Outlook Wood Business Jan 3, 2018 The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) upheld this decision in early December, ruling that the U.S. lumber industry was injured by Canadian lumber imports. The ITC submitted its decision back to Commerce by Dec. 22, and final duties were implemented as of Dec. 28 when the CVD/ADD order was

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