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Pinnacle Renewable Energy has announced plans to construct a new industrial wood pellet facility in the US
The Latest Insights and Outlook for Timberlands, Forest Products Markets and Wood Fiber Supply Issues in 2020
Cairo WoodShow: 110 exhibitors from 24 participating countries
Global Birch Wood Products Market
EGGER has broken ground at its $700 million Davidson County facility
Sawlog prices fell on all continents except North America in the 2Q of 2018
Canada will continue to be a major supplier of softwood lumber to the US in the next decade
Vancouver Invitation on Forest Products for a Better Future
The British government wants to minimise the costs to the timber industry of Brexit
The Wood Stove Design Challenge
Italian prime minister have met Italian manufacturers of wood machinery at Lesdrevmash trade fair in Russia
3D printable wood filament from furniture wood-waste
Available and renewable, wood is one of the most important building materials and is being used from the ancient times to the present moment, by the most of human cultures and societies that have existed throughout history. Wood can be perfectly integrated into the architectural structure, its qualities being indisputable in terms of providing comfort in homes and a superior aesthetic satisfaction.
Details Date: June 1, 2020
Wood is a hopeful ally of man, being used from ancient times in many fields and applications. When choosing wood to make a project, many things are considered, like: its hardness, colour, texture, essence - more exactly, hardwood (oak, beech, walnut, ash, maple, cherry, mahogany, teak), or softwood (fir, pine, spruce) - but also the budget.
Details Date: March 1, 2020
The Organising Committee of the Dubai International Wood and Wood Machinery Show has wrapped up a successful roadshow in Saudi Arabia, amid expectations that more than 1000 Saudi businesspersons and visitors from all over the Kingdom will attend the premier wood industry show. Held as part of a region-wide promotion tour for the 15th edition of the show, due to take place from 16th to 18th March at Dubai World Trade Centre. On the final leg of its tour, the committee finished a fruitful trip to Saudi Arabia, where they met key Saudi stakeholders, including businessmen, industry professionals and investors, who were introduced to major opportunities and facilities offered to participants at the three-day event, as well as to the show`s most important exhibitors.
Details Date: February 1, 2020
Wood pellet is a solid fuel that is produced by crushing and densifying waste timber like sawdust, forestry residues, industrial byproducts like old paper and forestry wastes. The length is 1-2 cm and the diameter is generally 6, 8, 10, or 12mm. It is possible to produce 25mm wood pellet at maximum. In Sweden, 6mm wood pellet is encouraged to use in house as it can realize the best condition of combustion. Wood pellet production doesn`t need to add binder as lignin, an element of wood, plays a role of binder and helps to pelletize when it is melted by heat.
Details Date: December 30, 2019
Manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture, had the most significant downward impact on the producer price changes during the year. Production and trade of electricity, manufacture of non-metallic mineral products as well as manufacture of selected food products had upward effect.
Details Date: December 28, 2019
In many ways, 2019 has been a rough year for Canada`s forestry industry, particularly in B.C. The ongoing softwood lumber dispute in the U.S., challenging market conditions and high log prices led to low softwood lumber prices and sales, as Madison`s Lumber Reporter informed readers weekly. Most of Canada`s major lumber producers posted lower profits or losses in 2019. In B.C., nine sawmills closed permanently, while another 26 took downtime. These mill curtailments have not only impacted sawmill workers, but also logging contractors throughout the province. In September, over 400 logging trucks made their way to Vancouver to protest...
Details Date: December 27, 2019
Harry Urban, SIBO show manager, said the event will offer Quebec woodworking professionals the opportunity to connect with each other and with key manufacturers and suppliers of equipment, computer software, hardware, raw materials and other related products. The Centrexpo Cogeco is a state-of-the-art exhibition and conference center that opened in 2014. The facility is centrally located between Montreal and Quebec at the crossroads of A 20 and A 55. It features free parking for more than 1,200 vehicles, including a handful of charging stations for electric cars. Urban said many leading companies serving the Quebec woodworking industry have already...
Details Date: December 23, 2019
Pinnacle Renewable Energy, one of the world`s largest producers of wood pellets, has announced plans to construct a new industrial wood pellet facility in the US. The new production facility in the southeast US, close to Pinnacle`s Aliceville, Alabama plant, will produce 360,000 metric tonnes per annum (MTPA) and is expected to cost around 99 million USD (89 million EUR) to build. Wood pellets produced at the Demopolis facility, as it will be called due to its location adjacent to an existing large sawmill in Demopolis, Alabama, will be sold through Pinnacle`s contracted backlog of...
Details Date: December 21, 2019
The B.C. government is backing off from some of its coastal forest industry reforms as Vancouver Island and coastal logging has ground to a halt due to high costs and a six-month strike against Western Forest Products. Forests Minister Doug Donaldson has announced that the NDP government`s plan to increase coastal log export charges is being delayed for six months, and new rules to require removal of waste wood from logging sites are also being eased. Provincial stumpage fees on timber from Crown land are also being substantially cut, and the formula changed to make logging more viable, Donaldson told a meeting of unemployed industry contractors in Port Hardy on Thursday.
Details Date: December 20, 2019
Advanced report on "Wood Pellet Market" Added by Upmarketresearch.com, offers details on current and future growth trends pertaining to the business besides information on myriad regions across the geographical landscape of the "Wood Pellet Market". The report also expands on comprehensive details regarding the supply and demand analysis, participation by major industry players and market share growth statistics of the business sphere. This research report on Wood Pellet Market entails an exhaustive analysis of this business space, along with a succinct overview of its various market segments.
Details Date: December 19, 2019
"We expect operating earnings for the global paper and forest products industry to decline by 2-4 per cent in 2020," Ed Sustar, a Moody`s senior-vice president, said in a news release. "Lower prices across most sub sectors will be the primary driver for lower earnings, as well as the on-going secular demand decline for paper, partially offset by lower costs for recycled fibre." However, singling out the wood products and timberland sub sector, Moody`s says operating earnings will increase by about seven per cent in the coming year. North American wood product prices will rebound as capacity curtailments remove some slack from the market. U.S. housing starts likely...
Details Date: December 18, 2019
It seems to me two forestry news themes dominated headlines over the past year. One is the increasingly worrisome state of the B.C. forest industry and the cascade of company and community impacts from mill closures. By our last count, six sawmills and two OSB mills have shuttered in B.C. since the spring, and experts predict more to come. Many stakeholders weighed in over the past few months about how successive provincial policies have failed the industry, and what needs to happen to stem the bleed of jobs. The BC Truck Loggers Association (TLA) has been in the thick of the conversation, advocating on behalf of its members, many of...
Details Date: December 18, 2019
Fact.MR, in its latest business intelligence study, depicts the nuts and bolts of the global Sawn and Profiled Wood Products market. The Sawn and Profiled Wood Products report presents detailed information regarding the drivers, restraints, opportunities and trends affecting market growth. Each segment alongwith its sub-segment is analyzed in terms of value and volume. Further, the Sawn and Profiled Wood Products report elaborates the market behavior of each vendor operating in the Sawn and Profiled Wood Products market.
Details Date: December 17, 2019
The Ontario government`s latest plan to open the province to unfettered business predictably tries to pave the way to logging more forests. Ontario`s Forestry Strategy, released on Wednesday, assumes that logging can be doubled without harming biodiversity, wildlife habitat or species at risk and boasts about industry`s "strong record of responsible forest management." This claim is made despite the fact boreal woodland caribou are threatened with extinction in Ontario, and scientists have illustrated that human disturbance is the primary driver of their decline, including logging roads that sever undisturbed habitat on which caribou depend.
Details Date: December 15, 2019