China's sawnwood imports were 23.95 million cubic metres in 2013. Of this total, sawn softwood imports accounted for about made up 70%. Canada and Russia were the main suppliers of imported sawn softwood in 2013 at 6
US imports of most major wood products increased in May. The most significant growth was in imports of wooden furniture. The increase is partly a recovery from low imports earlier this year, when severe winter weather disrupted supply chains, but Ma
Chinese softwood log imports in 2013 amounted to 33.16 million cubic metres valued at US$5.114 billion, up 24% in volume and 37% in value over 2012.
China's imports of softwood logs are mainly from Russia, New Zealand, the US, Canada, Australia, Ukraine and Europea
According to the statistics from Zhangjiagang Entry - Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, in the first quarter of 2014 containerised timber imports through Zhangjiagang Port were 67,600 cubic metres valued at US