16 July, 2012
Wood fiber costs for the European pulp industry have fallen from the record highs of 2011, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly
Wood costs for many European pulp mills have fallen the
past six months as the pulp market has weakened. In the Nordic countries,
pulplog and wood chip prices have fallen 11-15 percent from last spring,
according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. Despite the price decline, Europe
continues to have some of the highest wood fiber costs in the world.
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