Japan decreases lumber imports from Canada by 23.4% between January and May

Market: Lumber
Posted July 4, 2019

Japan decreases lumber imports from Canada by 23.4% between January and May

Lumber imports to Japan from Canada dropped 23.4% y-o-y to 586.1 thousand m3 in first five months of 2019, import value declined 23.8% to $238.8 million, according to Customs and Tariff Bureau of Japan. Total lumber imports to Japan slid 7.27% to 2.4 million m3 with import value was down 8.42% to $907.3 million.

Finland lumber exports to Japan decreased 6.26% to 388.7 thousand m3, average price dropped 6.78% to $297 per m3. Lumber exports from Sweden contracted 7.46% to 311.6 thousand and average price dipped 5.19% to$307 per m3.

In January-May, lumber imports to Japan from Russia gained 0.77% to 381.3 thousand m3 with import value was up 3.5% to $138.9 million. Average price for lumber imported from Russia surged 2.73% to $364 per m3.

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