The impact of Malaysian log shortage on the timber industry and turbulence!
_Malaysian logs and Indonesia are facing severe supply shortages, which have resulted in many plywood factories operating very hard and forced to suspend their work. Stoppage and shortage of logs not only affect Malaysia, but also seriously affect other Southeast Asian countries, such as the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, which rely on Malaysia to import timber.
Japan Lumber Report (JLR) said that high log prices and ultra-low selling prices (plywood products) in Malaysia and Indonesia were putting the two countries at a critical juncture.
Japan is also one of the affected countries. Japan imported 12 mm structural and concrete forming plywood (4,000 cubic metres) from Malaysian Timber Company every month, and Indonesia imported 10,000 cubic metres coated concrete forming panel (CCFP) every month.
Indonesia’s problem is that it has been buying small quantities of low-grade logs to make concrete sheets, but because the Indonesian government has banned logging to develop palm farms and so on, it has become extremely difficult to buy logs less than 60 cm in diameter. As a result, its products sold to the Middle East are gradually decreasing.如无特殊说明，文章均为本站原创，转载请注明出处。If there are no special instructions, the articles are original, if you want to use or reproduce, please indicate the original source www.plywoodinspection.com,If you find that our articles infringe on your copyrights and interests, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org in time and we will delete it at the first time.