Posted 六月 7, 2016
Södra has increased lumber supply in May 2016 to 275 thousand cubic metres, company reported. "This is a clear signal that the use of wood in building construction is increasing, which is positive for the whole of Sweden," said Jörgen Lindquist, President of the Södra Wood business area. "It promotes the transition to a fossil-free society."According to company, the year-on-year sales growth ranges from 12 to 15%. The Swedish market accounts for 35% of the total company's market and is the largest single market for Södra's sales of construction timber to industry and the building trade."Wood is ‘in' - there's no doubt about it, especially for the younger generation. Young people are becoming increasingly aware of long-term sustainability," added Fredrik Gustavson, Sales Director of Södra Wood in Sweden and Denmark. "We predict continued healthy sales throughout the year due to strong market conditions with low interest rates, a continuation of the tax rebate for home improvements and the major need for new homes."