Korea

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  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • November 16, 2020 07:54

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (09-13 novembre 2020)

after historic losses US hardwood sawnwood prices stable but sawn softwood prices continue up Weyerhaeuser to invest US$16.1 million in its Natchitoches LVL plant Western Forest Products reports Q3/2020 results Republic of Korea likely to maint ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • July 22, 2019 12:19

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (15-19 juillet 2019)

plant Graanul Invest expands to the United States Södra: Results decreased in the first half of 2019 BillerudKorsnäs and The Paper Straw Co to launch the first U-Bend paper straw Pinnacle announces new off-take contracts in Japan and South Korea ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • July 31, 2017 10:28

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (24 - 28 juillet)

wood website EPA withdraws formaldehyde emission rule for extended compliance dates Sumitomo acquires almost 50% of Pacific BioEnergy 2017 Korea Wood Show, the largest wood exhibition in Korea scheduled for ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • March 18, 2019 11:09

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (11-15 mars)

Comme chaque semaine, Fordaq vous propose une fenêtre vers l’actualité internationale de la filière bois. Nous avons sélectionné des liens vers les principaux articles en anglais que nous avons publié pendant la semaine. 11-15 mars Imal-Pal to equip new wood pellet plant in South Korea ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • July 23, 2018 07:13

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (16-20 juillet, 2018)

material producer Segezha expands plywood plant Vyatsky Södra reports strong results for Q2/2018 CIFF Shanghai coming up in September LIGNA 2019 already 80% booked South Korea ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • August 26, 2016 04:01

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (22-26 août 2016)

companies in 2017 Ghana: Encouraging May export figures Central/West Africa: Exchange rates and market volatility on everyone’s mind Tolko to close The Pas mill Korea Wood Show Coming up November 3-6, 2016 in South ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • July 18, 2016 09:52

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (11-15 juillet 2016)

US wood flooring imports UK timber and panel imports up 5% Turkish Kastamonu shipped the first consignment of its Alabuga site goods to Iran Higher shipments to India and South Korea boost New Zealand log export volumes and prices Uncertain policy impl ... [plus...]

  • Articles sur les machines à bois
  • April 09, 2016 07:26

Revue internationale hebdomadaire de la filière bois (4-8 avril 2016)

: Imports of wooden furniture rise higher than exports Canadian lumber production picks up in January U.S.: Softwood and panel markets - Week 13, 2016 Brazil: Wood product export volumes up, export values fall SCA completed the divestment of its business in South East Asia, Taiwan and South Korea ... [plus...]

  • Sylviculture/exploitation
  • September 18, 2009 01:33

US: Hardwood Log Exports Continue on a Downward Trend

,090 Thailand 227 148 0 31 51 0 0 0 0 0 0 85 278 264 Japan 586 41 1932 77 11 294 74 45 29 0 0 1,021 187 Hong Kong 566 213 287 620 57 0 708 414 165 732 0 0 1,783 1,979 Taiwan 59 134 132 9 118 51 23 67 26 36 358 297 South Korea ... [plus...]

  • Scierie
  • March 07, 2008 09:08

China reports strong timber trade data for 2007

.5 % and up 10.2 % respectively from last year. In addition, 16,000 m3 of sleepers were exported, valued at USD2.74 million in 2007. Sawnwood was mainly exported to Japan, Korea and the US ... [plus...]

  • Sylviculture/exploitation
  • August 01, 2008 07:08

Higher wood chip export prices in Australia in 2008 as wood supply tightens around

. The remaining 30% is predominantly residual chips from sawmills using plantation-based radiata pine. Japan has been the major destination for Australian chips, with occasional vessels going to South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia and China ... [plus...]