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Trade of softwood lumber reaches an all-time-high in 2017 with 126 million m3 shipped

Trade of softwood lumber reached an all-time-high in 2017 as demand for wood was strong in most key markets around the world, according to report Wood Resource Quarterly. An estimated 126 million m3 of softwood lumber was shipped from forest-rich countries such as Canada, Russia, Sweden and Finland...
February 28, 2018

Sappi completes acquisition of speciality paper business of Cham Paper

Sappi Limited has completed the acquisition of the speciality paper business of Cham Paper Group Holding AG (CPG), company announced. The transaction includes the acquisition of CPG’s Carmignano and Condino mills in Italy, its digital imaging business located in Cham, Switzerland as well as all bran...
February 21, 2018

PotlatchDeltic Corporation announced completion of merger of Potlatch Corporation with Deltic Timber

PotlatchDeltic Corporation announced the successful completion of the merger of Potlatch Corporation with Deltic Timber Corporation in an all-stock transaction, creating a leading domestic timberland owner and top-tier wood products manufacturer. The combined company has changed its name to Potlatch...
November 21, 2017

Russian Sveza Group to acquire Tyumen plywood plant

Sveza has already signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the business of the Tyumen Plywood Plant with its owner Almira Karimova, Sveza said in a statement. Tyumen plant produces large-format birch plywood, which is used in construction, engineering, aircraft building and shipbuilding. The deal shou...
November 2, 2017

U.S. Department of Commerce finds dumping and subsidization of imports of softwood lumber from Canada

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced the affirmative final determinations of the antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations of imports of softwood lumber from Canada.While significant efforts were made by the United States and Canada, and the respective softwood lumber i...
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