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Russian Timber Journal 03-2019: volume of timber in Russia has exceeded in 2018 its historical peak; the WhatWood analytical review of the market pellet in Russia; China increased its imports of birch veneer logs; export OSB from Canada doubled; negative outlook Moody’s for the global timber industry complex in 2019-2020

8 April 2019 ` 15:00  
Russian Timber Journal No. 03-2019: the volume of logging in Russia exceeded its historical maximum in 2018; WhatWood Agency conducted a study on the pellet market in Russia; the downward trend in the export of unprocessed round timber...

By 2023 Koenig & Bauer, a German manufacturer of printing presses for packaging, plans to increase profits to 1.5 billion euros

25 March 2019 ` 14:00  
According to Сlaus Bolza-Schünemann, CEO of Koenig & Bauer, “the growth of the cardboard, corrugated and flexible packaging markets will allow us to actively use the available opportunities. Therefore, by 2023, we plan to increase the company’s revenue...

In wood-preparatory departament of JSC “Volga” it has ended the scheduled maintenance debarking drum

14 March 2019 ` 16:00  
According to the head of the shop Nikolai Shaliavin, scheduled repairs of this scale are carried out not often – every 5-6 years. Within one and a half months (from January 14 to March 1, 2019), the contractors...

Global timber market review #5-2016

22 March 2016 ` 14:46  
– Imports of structural laminated lumber to Japan has been over 700,000 m3 in the recent years, so the market seems to be established, ITTO reported. Meantime, the prices declined because of sluggish market in 2015. The demand...

Global timber market review #13-2015

19 July 2015 ` 17:58  
– A new £100 million (€140.33 million) biomass terminal planned for the Port of Liverpool will handle up to three million tonnes of wood pellets per year as part of the decarbonisation of Drax power station. – Setra...

Russian timber industry news #6-2015

7 April 2015 ` 14:28  
– On March 17, 2015, Lesozavod 25 commissioned a second pellet production line of 60,000 tons per year at its Tsiglomen site. – According to Karelia Pulp CEO Pavel Kalugin, growth of domestic lumber demand led to production...

Global timber market review #4-2015

11 March 2015 ` 13:49  
– Germany’s woodworking machinery industry is expecting solid sales growth in 2015, but downturn is expected in Russia. – Raute’s net sales amounted to €94.0 million in 2014, up 13%. – John Deere’s global forestry sales in 2015...

Global Trends Review, November 11-17, 2013: Danish pellet imports to reach 3 million t by 2020; mixed fortunes for equipment producers in Q3

21 November 2013 ` 19:42  
The Danish government has issued a report on its domestic market for wood pellets with the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service’s Global Agricultural Information Network. According to the report quoted by Fordaq, Denmark is the number one importer of...

It’s “only” wood – the underestimated explosion hazards in wood handling facilities

16 October 2013 ` 04:14  
What makes wood material and wood handling processes so special in terms of explosion hazards? This question can be answered quite simply, considering requirements of dust explosion phenomenon: combustible dust, air/oxygen and effective ignitions sources. Nearly all wood...

Kovrovskie Kotly to supply biofuel-powered CHP to Singapore

14 June 2013 ` 01:12  
Biofuel boilers maker, Kovrovskie Kotly company based in Vladimir region, has concluded development & supply contract with SalimCarbEco Green Technology Pte Ltd. (Singapore) to deliver biofuel-powered mini-CHP with capacity of 6000 kWt. Electric energy will be generated with...

Government abolished VAT on imports of equipment for OSB and MDF production

29 May 2013 ` 04:46  
At the website of the Russian Government, the Decree #419 as of May 15, 2013 is published. In accordance with the decree, the list of equipment which has no analogues produced in Russia and is therefore not subject...