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Wood Resource Quarterly 2020: Wood Costs Account for Between 40-60% of the Production Costs for Pulp Manufacturing & 65-75% of the Total Production Costs for Sawmills - ResearchAndMarkets.com

January 20, 2020 GMT

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 20, 2020--

The “Wood Resource Quarterly” newsletter has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ), the source for global wood price data and market information, is now in its 30th year with a comprehensive analysis of wood market trends for the international forest industry. Each report is approximately 52 pages in length and includes delivered sawlog prices and pulpwood prices and market information from all major regions of the world, including Europe, North America, South America, Oceania, and Asia. The report also provides global indices of wood costs, global wood fiber market commentary, pulp grade fiber costs, and a summary of trade of wood chips around the world each quarter.

The key factor determining a company’s global cost-competitive position remains its raw material base and the cost of available wood resources. Wood costs account for between 40-60 % of the production costs for pulp manufacturing, and 65-75 % of the total production costs for sawmills.

Timely knowledge of global wood fiber costs and trends remains a cornerstone for competent internal strategic planning within the forest products industry. Join the large group of international forest industry analysts in over 18 countries in subscribing to the only publication that has consistently tracked delivered wood fiber prices and market developments worldwide since 1988

Pulpwood Prices and Wood Chip Prices Worldwide

Wood fiber prices (average and range) are reported in both local currency and US$ per cubic meter and oven-dried metric ton. The prices are updated each quarter and supported by graphs showing an 18-year history of movements in delivered wood fiber price levels, and changes in foreign currency/US$ exchange rates. The regions covered by the WRQ account for as much as 85-90% of the world’s wood-based pulp production capacity.

Global Sawlog Prices

The sawlog price is the key factor when tracking changes in competitiveness for the global sawmilling industry and for understanding current and future regional developments around the world. Wood is the cost factor with the largest fluctuation and accounts for as much as 65-75 % of the total production cost for modern sawmills. WRQ tracks conifer sawlog prices in 18 regions, together accounting for almost 80 % of the world’s conifer lumber production. In each issue, delivered sawlog prices, incomparable units, are presented in graphs with data going back to 1995.

Global Forest Resource and Forest Products Updates

In addition to global wood prices and market commentary for over 20 regions worldwide, each issue also highlights the following sections on a regular basis:

Profiles of Current Market Developments

In each log market report we also have a Special Report covering a timely topic, which we believe is of interest to our readers. Featured articles in recent issues have included:

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INDUSTRY KEYWORD: FOREST PRODUCTS NATURAL RESOURCES OTHER MANUFACTURING MANUFACTURING

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