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Nov 2020

Vietnamese acacia farmers suffer sharp drop in woodchip price

Wood and wood products exported from Vietnam comprise wooden furniture, woodchips, wood-based panels and wood pellets. In recent years, Viet Nam has emerged as one of the world’s top woodchip exporters... [More... ]

Jul 2020

New Zealand experiencing a sharp fall in log prices

New Zealand is currently reporting a sharp fall in log prices... [More... ]

Jun 2020

New Zealand's log exports fell sharply in April 2020; average export prices up

New Zealand's log exports fell sharply in April 2020 after logging operations were suspended during alert level 4, but average prices per cubic meter picked up... [More... ]

Dec 2019

Rising prices for New Zealand's exports of logs in November

At Wharf Gate (AWG) prices for export logs delivered to ports around New Zealand in November increased by an average of... [More... ]

Nov 2016

New Zealand export log prices going up

The export log prices in New Zealand kept firm during October due to low shipping rates and a growing demand from China, the country’s largest export market [More... ]

Jul 2016

New Zealand log export prices drop sharply

The export log prices in New Zealand decrease in June on stronger currency and higher shipping costs. Thus, the prices slid to a five-month low in June as returns were hurt by a stronger local currency and an increase in shipping costs [More... ]

Apr 2016

New Zealand: Stable log export prices in March

Export log prices in New Zealand remained stable in March due to the increasing demand that made the shipping costs grow [More... ]

Mar 2016

Drop in New Zealand log export prices

Export log prices for New Zealand decreased in March because the shipping rates on oil prices increased and the overseas market demand weakened. The average wharf-gate price for A-grade logs from New Zealand decreased to $119 a tonne from the $122 a tonne in February [More... ]