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International News : North American Sawlog, Pulpwood and Biomass Prices in 2016

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North American Sawlog, Pulpwood and Biomass Prices in 2016


Wood raw-material costs account for 50-70% of the production costs when manufacturing lumber, pulp and wood pellets.  With the constant changes in the sawlog, wood chip and biomass markets and their impact on a variety of business decisions, I wanted to draw your attention to one of our quarterly market reports that might be of interest to your organization, the North American Wood Fiber Review (NAWFR).

The report, established in 1983, is a 32-page quarterly report with readers in a large number of forest and energy companies throughout North America. The publication tracks sawlog, pulpwood, chips and biomass prices in all the major markets of the US and Canada. In addition to market prices for wood raw-material, the report also includes the most recent trade statistics for lumber, sawlogs, wood chips and pellets.


Your subscription would include one mailed hardcopy each quarter, as well as access to our website to download all issues going back to 2007 in pdf format. If you are interested in learning more  about our subscription services, please click here to take you to our website, where you can pay by credit card or request an invoice with information for a bank transfer payment. In addition, you may also download sample copies of our market reports on our website (www.woodprices.com).   

Attached is a brochure with more information about the products and regions covered in North American Wood Fiber Review.

Hakan Ekstrom

Wood Resources International LLC Seattle, USA
www.woodprices.com
NOTE: The commercial aspect of the Forestry South Africa (FSA) website, as well as the commercial side of the FSA Newsletter, is managed and run by Fevertree Media (Pty) Ltd which is a separately run entity to the non-profit organisation Forestry South Africa.

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