Outlook for Global Recovered Paper Markets 2017
China's pending restrictions on recovered paper (RCP) imports have disrupted markets worldwide. Look to the latest RISI research to see a clear supply/demand picture for your business.
Global trade in recovered paper (RCP) has grown steadily for more than a decade – but now the engine of this growth may have stalled. China’s import crackdown is affecting its producers while driving down RCP export prices in the US and Europe. Fiber markets in every country – for every grade – could be disrupted.
Look beyond the headlines with the 8th Edition of the Outlook for Global Recovered Paper Markets. RISI’s expert analysis, based on our unmatched dataset, puts the future of recovered paper markets in your hands.
The Outlook for Global Recovered Paper Markets provides:
- 2017-2021 price forecasts for key RCP grades and regions
- Recovery, collection, and import/export data for all countries, with price history and forecasts for key regions
- Special focus on China and the European and North American countries most affected by its RCP import restrictions
If you haven’t been following the recovered paper markets, RISI research can help you catch up with what matters most to you. The Outlook’s exploration of global RCP supply, demand and trade is valuable for:
- Major paper and board producers, especially containerboard and cartonboard producers
- Companies and governments involved in the collection, distribution, and trade of RCP – in all grades
- Investors and financial institutions involved with the forest products sector
- Pulp and woodfiber producers, importers, and exporters
- Suppliers of equipment and chemicals to the global industry