2 April, 2013
Wood fiber costs for pulp mills fell in both North America and
Latin America in the 4Q/12 because of weaker pulp markets and an increased
supply of sawmill chips, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly
Lower pulp prices during last
summer and an increased supply of sawmill chips put downward pressure on
pulpwood prices in North America and Latin America in the 4Q/12, according to
the Wood Resource Quarterly. The biggest declines occurred in Western US,
British Columbia and Brazil.
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