Eucalyptus Sawlog Market Outlook
A landmark study of the world’s eucalyptus supply, with a focus on the use of this species in wood products. Explore historical trends in global hardwood timber production, get details about eucalyptus timber harvesting in key countries, and see new analysis of world trade in hardwood logs, lumber, plywood, veneer and molding/flooring products.
Developed by RISI timber authority Bob Flynn, this first-ever study provides:
- A detailed review of the global eucalyptus resource base, including natural and planted forests around the world.
- A focus on the key countries for eucalyptus plantations, representing 90% of the world’s planted area. (Includes Australia, China, India, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, South Africa, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand.)
- The outlook for eucalyptus timber harvest in each key country, including plantation ownership and species details.
- Analysis of management regimes and the dynamics of pulpwood vs. sawlog production.
Along with this unprecedented analysis of the world’s eucalyptus supply, the Eucalyptus Sawlog Market Outlook explores historical trends in global hardwood timber production, as well as international trade in hardwood logs, lumber, plywood, veneer and molding/flooring products.
The Eucalyptus Sawlog Market Outlook includes:
- Detailed analysis of the eucalyptus log import market in Asia, including sources of log imports and utilization of eucalyptus logs in the markets.
- Price trends for eucalyptus logs in China, domestic market and current import pricing by source.
- Analysis of eucalyptus log exports by source country.
- Trends in trade of eucalyptus lumber, plywood and veneer.
- Outlook for trends in utilization of plantation grown eucalyptus for solidwood products, including lumber, plywood and engineered wood products.
- Financial returns for eucalyptus sawlog vs. pulpwood plantations.
- Analysis of which countries are likely to have the greatest increase in eucalyptus supply, and where the focus on solidwood markets is likely to be most advanced.