Softwood Tag

In 2018, Swedish Forest Agency decided on 304 new areas with habitat protection. The decisions included 1,864 hectares of productive forest land, which is 51 per cent more than in 2017. Swedish Forest Agency also signed 120 new nature conservation agreements for a total of 1,012 hectares of productive...

This blog post is by TTF Managing Director David Hopkins.   Continued lack of clarity over Brexit is causing inevitable economic uncertainty and stress, but the timber sector and Timber Trade Federation is focused on business development regardless, writes TTF Managing Director David Hopkins. The defining characteristic...

[Last update: 10th December 2018] The charts below  - part of the TTF Statistical Bulletin for December 2018 - focus on Import Volume Development at Q3 2018.   Imports of the main timber and panel products in Q3 2018 was at very similar levels to Q3 2017, as depicted by...

The UK Softwood Conference 2019 is returning to the magnificent venue of 8 Northumberland Avenue, London. Taking place on Wednesday 6th March 2019, the event brings together leading suppliers, importers and traders to present and discuss the latest market news in the softwood trade in UK and Europe....

Sawlog and pulpwood prices in Sweden rose by 5.5% and 3.4% respectively in the Q3, compared to the Q2 of 2018. The prices are increasing in all of Sweden. The price of sawlog increased the most in the central region with 8.4%, while prices rose by...