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Apr 2016

Dropping roundwood prices in Latvia

In the second half of 2015, the average roundwood purchase prices in Latvia have continued their downward trend. According to data compiled by Latvia’s Central Statistical Bureau (CSB), the sharpest fall in the softwood segment was recorded in purchase prices for spruce logs (diameter up to 14 cm), while in the hardwood segment– in the purchase prices of black alder logs (with a diameter over 24 cm) [Mais... ]

Sep 2015

Latvia: Roundwood prices show a decresing trend

According to the latest data of the Latvian Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) the average roundwood purchase prices in Latvia, showed a slight decrease in the 1st half of 2015 as compared to the 2nd half of 2014. Among coniferous tree sawlogs the greatest drop was recorded in purchase prices of pine sawlogs with diameter of 18 - 26 cm - 9% or on average 6 EUR/m3 without VAT, and in purchase prices of spruce sawlogs with diameter over 26 cm - 7%, which is 5 EUR/m3 without VAT [Mais... ]

Apr 2015

Latvia: Average roundwood purchase prices in 2014

During the second half of 2014 the average cost of birch veneer logs in Latvia was up 13 per cent compared to the first six months of the year. On average, Latvian category A veneer logs cost €86.56 per cubic metre during this period. [Mais... ]

Jan 2015

Latvia's forest industry export up 9.5%

From January to October 2014, Latvia's forest industry exports increased by 9.5% from the figures of the same period of 2013... [Mais... ]

Apr 2014

Latvia: Modest but stable growth of round timber purchasing prices

The average purchase prices of round timber in the 2nd half of 2013 as compared to the 1st half of 2013 show modest but stable increase. In the 2nd half of 2013 the average purchase prices of coniferous tree sawlogs have increased on average by 2% or by 1-3 €/m3 for spruce and pine sawlogs (as compared to the 1st half of 2013). Birch sawlog purchase prices remained at the previous level - 49-59 €/m3. Black alder and aspen sawlog sector witnessed a slight purchase price growth of up to 2%... [Mais... ]

Jul 2013

Uncertain log market in Malaysia

Sarawak log exporters are saying that market sentiment is uncertain as some log buyers are waiting to see if the Indonesian authorities decide to allow the export of plantation logs. [Mais... ]

Jun 2013

Malaysia: Export demand remains subdued

Analysts report that demand in the main export markets remains weak but that there are signs of increased buyer interest in Europe and that, after a quiet spell, Indian buyers have become more active. [Mais... ]

May 2013

Malaysia’s main trading partner - China

The Malaysia External Trade Corporation recently reported that China continues to be Malaysia‟s largest trade partner... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Election fever dampens trading in domestic market

Malaysia went to polls for the thirteenth time on 5 May to fill 222 parliamentary seats... [Mais... ]

Apr 2013

Launch of Malaysian timber legality assurance system (MYTLAS)

Malaysia has not yet concluded a Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) with the EU and negotiations between the two parties continue... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: MIFF such a success exhibitors signing up for next years’ fair

Tan Chin Huat, chairman of the Malaysian International Furniture Fair (MIFF) said that exhibitors at last months’ fair reported record orders of RM2.63 billion (approximately US$854 million)... [Mais... ]

Mar 2013

Malaysia: Inflation is in check and 2013 prospects appear good

The Malaysian economy grew by 5.6% in 2012 compared to 5.1% in 2011 according to a recent report from the Central Bank... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Growth in furniture exports to the US

Preliminary figures for Malaysian timber exports in 2012 suggest they totalled RM 19.9 billion (approximately US$ 6.3 billion) however, the statistics are still being finalised... [Mais... ]

Feb 2013

Malaysia: Production set to halt for Chinese New Year holidays

As the Chinese New Year holidays approach the timber industries in Malaysia are beginning to wind down production and prepare for a shut down from the first week in February. Sawmills, especially in Peninsular Malaysia, will shut for an extended break in early February... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Industries close to welcome Chinese Year of the snake

Industries close to welcome Chinese Year of the snake The timber industry in Malaysia traditionally closes for the Chinese New Year celebrations... [Mais... ]

Jan 2013

Malaysia: Weak global demand affects exports

The most recent export data shows that Malaysian exports totalled RM 390.3 billion for the period January to September 2012; this generated an average monthly positive trade balance of around RM 10 billion... [Mais... ]

Dec 2011

Malaysia: Some progress in negotiations with EU on VPA

The Malaysian Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities has indicated that some progress has been made in talks with the European Union (EU) concerning the Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA)... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Investment in furniture production will bring substantial benefits to Sarawak

The Ministry of International Trade and Industry is urging the timber sector in Sarawak, as the state with the largest timber resource, to consider expanding investment in the furniture industry... [Mais... ]

Nov 2011

Malaysia: MTCS rejected for Dutch government procurement

In 2010, the official Dutch government timber procurement body TPAC judged that the Malaysian Timber Certification System (MTCS) does not meet the Dutch procurement criteria for wood... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: 2011 export target can be meet says Minister

The Malaysian Plantation and Commodities Ministry said that the Malaysian timber industry is projected to meet its export target of RM20 billion to RM21 billion, which is close to the RM20.5 billion exports in 2010... [Mais... ]

Oct 2011

Malaysia aims to maintain furniture exports at 2010 levels

Malaysia’s exports of wooden furniture in 2011 are expected be no higher than the RM6.5 billion achieved in 2010 as continued uncertainty in the global economy weighs on the timber manufacturing and export sectors... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Log market to be sustained by Indian imports says producer

Sarawak based Jaya Tiasa Holdings Bhd. is of the view that export market prices for logs from Sarawak will remain firm due to the tight supply situation... [Mais... ]

Sep 2011

Malaysia: Exporters fear another downturn in the US economy

Malaysian timber exports slowed in the first four months of this year and timber exporters in the country are wary of a yet another economic downturn in the US that could impact timber markets around the world as in 2009... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Exports of furniture and other wood products fall

For the first 5 months of 2011 Malaysia’s exports of wooden furniture and other wood products amounted to Euro 201.65, a decline of around 6% compared to the same period in 2010... [Mais... ]

Aug 2011

China the fastest growing market for Malaysian furniture

With 85 per cent of Malaysia’s furniture being exported manufacturers are constantly looking for new market opportunities, especially in the non-traditional Asian markets such as China and India... [Mais... ]