TDUK Monthly Stats – February 2024

TDUK Monthly Stats – February 2024
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Import data and trends for the main timber and panel products consumed in the UK
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Waiver Codes
TDUK Trade Note: Customs Declaration Service Waiver Codes
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Members should work with their nominated customs agents to ensure that the codes given are used on all customs declarations made after 31 January 2024.
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TDUK Monthly Stats – January 2024
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Import data and trends for the main timber and panel products consumed in the UK
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Supplying Timber
Supplying Timber | Issue 04
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Welcome to the fourth issue of Supplying Timber, a magazine from Timber Development UK (TDUK) dedicated to the timber merchants, suppliers, manufacturers and tradespeople who are interested in working with timber.
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Timber Statistics December 2023
TDUK Monthly Stats – December 2023
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Import data and trends for the main timber and panel products consumed in the UK
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Housing & Construction Forecast
Housing & Construction Forecast
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Allan Wilen, Economics Director at Glenigan, shared a market update, a market forecast, public non-residential & civil engineering forecast.
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Global Market Outlook
Global Market Outlook – GMC 2023
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Olle Berg, Setra Group, gave a Global Market Outlook, discussed issues for wood consumption and shared pivotal statistics on the timber industry
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Global Market Conference - Nick Boulton
The Prospects for Softwood Consumption in 2023 & 2024
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TDUK's Head of Technical and Trade Policy Nick Boulton talked about the prospects for softwood consumption in 2023 & 2024
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Timber In Construction Policy Roadmap
Timber In Construction Policy Roadmap
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TDUK chief executive David Hopkins introduced A brief overview of the Government’s plan to expand low-carbon timber construction.
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Timber statistics
TDUK Monthly Stats – November 2023
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Import data and trends for the main timber and panel products consumed in the UK
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