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TDUK Monthly Stats – November 2022
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In the eight months of 2022 to August, solid wood imports were 22% lower than in the eight months of 2021 and imports of panel products were 10% lower.
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High stocks and market uncertainty reflected in timber import patterns, says TDUK
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Timber import totals fell for a fourth consecutive month in August 2022, according to the latest Timber Development UK statistics. Overall import volumes in the first eight months of 2022 stood at 6.8 million m3 – the lowest January to August total since 2016. Softwood import reductions are largely responsible,...
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Timber imports decline but stocks remain steady, says TDUK
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Timber supply in the UK remains strong despite falling import volumes in July 2022, according to the latest Timber Development UK statistics. Overall import volumes in the first seven months of 2022 stand at 6.1 million m3 – 1.1 million m3 lower than the same period in 2021. Despite this,...
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TDUK Monthly Stats – October 2022
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Timber supply in the UK remains strong despite falling import volumes in July 2022.
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TTF Monthly Stats – September 2022
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Hardwood import volumes have seen a substantial increase in Q2 2022, rising by 23.8% compared to Q2 2021.
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TTF Monthly Stats – August 2022
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The latest Timber Development UK (TDUK) statistics show record hardwood volumes were imported in May 2022.
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TTF Monthly Stats – July 2022
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Steady demand and increasing operational costs ensured that timber prices and import volumes remained firm in April 2022.
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TTF Monthly Stats – June 2022
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Hardwood import volumes shot up by 30% in Q1 2022 as compared to the same period in 2021.
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TTF Monthly Stats – May 2022
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A slower housing and RM&I market in Q1 2022 is being reflected in timber import volumes, which fell below the record levels seen in 2021.
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TTF Monthly Stats – April 2022
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The first month’s data for 2022 reveal much lower volumes of softwood imports and much higher volumes of hardwood imports compared to January 2021.
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