TDUK Monthly Stats – November 2022

Date Published

18 November 2022

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TDUK
Summary

Imports of the main timber and panel products fell in each of the three summer months and were substantially below the record summer months of 2021. Year-to-date volumes to August 2022 stood at 6.8 million m3 which was 19% or 1.6 million m3 below the same period in 2021.

Imports of hardwood plywood for the eight months of 2022 moved into negative territory, 5% below the eight months of 2021, joining other timber and panel products with volumes below the previous year.

The exception is the supply of hardwood imports which is the only product group exhibiting growth in 2022 to date.

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