International Pulpwood Trade Review
The 27th annual comprehensive review and forecast of international trade in woodchips, pulplogs, and biomass fiber.
International Pulpwood Trade Review 2020 (IPTR20) is the industry’s most trusted analysis of supply, demand and trade of woodchips, pulplogs and biomass fiber. This 27th annual report examines the markets for globally traded pulpwood fiber and the pulpwood resources for domestic and export supply in more than 35 countries.
Your IPTR20 purchase also includes monthly updates on woodchip trade in key Asian and European import markets.
Get five-year forecasts supported by Fastmarkets RISI’s unmatched data and analysis:
- Monthly updates of volume and value of woodchip imports, by source, for each importing country in Asia – plus Europe starting May 2020
- Forecasts of supply, demand and key prices in the Asian woodchip market to 2024
- Port by port details for the international woodchip trade, with volumes for 2014-2020 [projected] shipments
- Import details by company for Asian markets
- Woodchip import volumes for every importing country, including source and price
- Analysis of woodchip trade in Asia-Pacific and Atlantic regions
- Overview of global biomass trade with insight on both woodchips and wood pellets.
- Data and analysis on ocean transportation, with a complete directory of all woodchip carriers
IPTR20 shows you the facts behind this year’s most significant woodfiber trends – and helps you prepare for what’s next.
Asia’s supply-chain strain starts to ease
Woodchip demand growth from leading consumers Japan and China has slowed, while growing woodchip supplies from Southeast Asia are easing the supply burden.
Indonesia’s woodchip and pulplog imports keep booming
Once a net exporter, Indonesia is importing more fiber than ever before – but its forestry output could be poised for a rebound.
Turkey’s MDF production drops drastically
Turkey’s MDF producers are cutting output, forcing its domestic and offshore suppliers to seek new
Europe’s biomass woodchip demand keeps growing
Producers of biomass energy as well as pulp are driving increased imports across Europe. Producers in the Americas that historically supplied Asia are shifting their exports towards the European market.
Learn how to get access to the International Pulpwood Trade Review 2020 – complete the form at right.