Duties and Tariffs – Wood Markets News

Duties and Tariffs

Canadian Ministers have issued joint statement in response to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s final determination in its third administrative review regarding countervailing and anti-dumping duties applied to Canada’s softwood lumber exports to the United States.

German papermaker Felix Schoeller Group announced that due to the still volatile effects of various cost increases, for energy and for raw materials, the Company forced to pass on further price increase from August 2022.

Mitsubishi HiTec Paper is increasing prices for all speciality papers. Effective for deliveries from 1 July 2022, prices for the entire range of coated speciality papers will increase by 12% worldwide.

How the world wood markets will change and what the Russian forest based industry will lose. The new report provides a detailed picture of how the global markets for wood products have changed in January-April 2022, and what consequences the war has had for Russian companies. It presents also the forecasts of the owner...

Greif, Inc. is implementing a $50 per ton price increase for all grades of uncoated recycled paperboard and coated recycled paperboard. The recycled paperboard increase is effective with new orders and shipments on and after June 6, 2022.

Sveaskog increased prices for both timber and pulpwood. The pulpwood price of conifers, spruce (where it is sorted out) and leaves is increased by SEK 20-40/m3fub depending on the range and geography. In Norr- and Västerbotten, the purchase price of timber is adjusted upwards by SEK 30/m3fub and in southern Norrland an...

Södra increases the prices of several timber ranges in order to strengthen the members' profitability and maintain the flows to the industry. The timber price increase includes timber, pulpwood, small timber and fuel wood. At the same time, contractors are also compensated for the cost increase that has taken place due...