forestry

17th Nov 16, 10:16am
China uses up its log stocks at a very fast rate, setting the stage for rising demand and prices for New Zealand logs and lumber
China uses up its log stocks at a very fast rate, setting the stage for rising demand and prices for New Zealand logs and lumber
17th Nov 16, 10:16am
5th Nov 16, 9:10am
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The Morgan Foundation accuses the Government of choosing a process that will violate both the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement for how we meet our climate change commitments
The Morgan Foundation accuses the Government of choosing a process that will violate both the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement for how we meet our climate change commitments
5th Nov 16, 9:10am
2nd Nov 16, 9:12am
Given New Zealand's Paris climate commitments, Keith Woodford sees no alternative to planting 80,000 ha of extra trees per year. And that won't happen without a change in Government policy
Given New Zealand's Paris climate commitments, Keith Woodford sees no alternative to planting 80,000 ha of extra trees per year. And that won't happen without a change in Government policy
2nd Nov 16, 9:12am
15th Oct 16, 11:44am
Previous rough-as-guts interventions have undermined a now-serious need to expand forests to meet our emissions targets, says Geoff Simmons. The costs are now much higher
Previous rough-as-guts interventions have undermined a now-serious need to expand forests to meet our emissions targets, says Geoff Simmons. The costs are now much higher
15th Oct 16, 11:44am
15th Oct 16, 11:15am
Log prices firming in China and India. Domestic pruned log prices slip but demand remains strong for good quality
Log prices firming in China and India. Domestic pruned log prices slip but demand remains strong for good quality
15th Oct 16, 11:15am
17th Sep 16, 9:10am
Russia emerging as a competitor to NZ logs in China. India emerges as an alternative market. Auckland demand another bright spot - until the bubble bursts
Russia emerging as a competitor to NZ logs in China. India emerges as an alternative market. Auckland demand another bright spot - until the bubble bursts
17th Sep 16, 9:10am
23rd Aug 16, 9:29am
Lower demand from China of pruned logs sees export prices fall. Unpruned log prices stabilise. Strong domestic demand gets more pruned logs at stable prices
Lower demand from China of pruned logs sees export prices fall. Unpruned log prices stabilise. Strong domestic demand gets more pruned logs at stable prices
23rd Aug 16, 9:29am
26th Jul 16, 10:09am
Domestic log prices suffer as export prices under pressure especially from China. Quality supplied into export markets may bite back and limit pricing offers
Domestic log prices suffer as export prices under pressure especially from China. Quality supplied into export markets may bite back and limit pricing offers
26th Jul 16, 10:09am
16th Jun 16, 2:06pm
Sentiment in the export market is turning negative, while domestically log suppliers are facing growing import challengers
Sentiment in the export market is turning negative, while domestically log suppliers are facing growing import challengers
16th Jun 16, 2:06pm
24th May 16, 8:35am
Export supply tight into China and India holding up prices. Domestic demand remains strong. Returns to forest owner rising
Export supply tight into China and India holding up prices. Domestic demand remains strong. Returns to forest owner rising
24th May 16, 8:35am
23rd Apr 16, 9:17am
The new trend to construct taller wooden commercial, high-density residential buildings of wood will grow markets for NZ Radiata pine
The new trend to construct taller wooden commercial, high-density residential buildings of wood will grow markets for NZ Radiata pine
23rd Apr 16, 9:17am
29th Mar 16, 11:00am
Log market continues to firm even if slowly, driven by rising China demand and strong domestic processing. Forest industry wary of export restrictions
Log market continues to firm even if slowly, driven by rising China demand and strong domestic processing. Forest industry wary of export restrictions
29th Mar 16, 11:00am
19th Feb 16, 1:00pm
China's log inventories fall, prices rise, but only to November levels. India a new bright spot. Japan and Korea stable. Domestic demand strong
China's log inventories fall, prices rise, but only to November levels. India a new bright spot. Japan and Korea stable. Domestic demand strong
19th Feb 16, 1:00pm
18th Dec 15, 4:31pm
Good rises in log prices expected in the first quarter of 2016, says Peter Weblin
Good rises in log prices expected in the first quarter of 2016, says Peter Weblin
18th Dec 15, 4:31pm
18th Nov 15, 9:09am
The export log market has rebounded more strongly than expected, says Peter Weblin. Demand from multiple markets. China using Radiata in innovative new ways
The export log market has rebounded more strongly than expected, says Peter Weblin. Demand from multiple markets. China using Radiata in innovative new ways
18th Nov 15, 9:09am
19th Oct 15, 11:47am
October shows rising prices for export logs, says Peter Weblin, as China stocks fall quickly
October shows rising prices for export logs, says Peter Weblin, as China stocks fall quickly
19th Oct 15, 11:47am
21st Sep 15, 9:05am
China market troughs and is expected to pick up from here, says Peter Weblin. Domestic market expected to stay strong
China market troughs and is expected to pick up from here, says Peter Weblin. Domestic market expected to stay strong
21st Sep 15, 9:05am
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17th Aug 15, 6:01am
KPMG reports the Chinese aren't investing as much in NZ as we may think; North Americans are investing more in NZ forestry, than the Chinese are pumping into dairy
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KPMG reports the Chinese aren't investing as much in NZ as we may think; North Americans are investing more in NZ forestry, than the Chinese are pumping into dairy
17th Aug 15, 6:01am
15th Aug 15, 10:27am
Peter Weblin says China weakness is casting a pall over the log market even though domestic demand remains strong
Peter Weblin says China weakness is casting a pall over the log market even though domestic demand remains strong
15th Aug 15, 10:27am
23rd Jul 15, 8:33am
Peter Weblin assesses the consequences of harvesting the large forest plantings of 20+ years ago and the implications facing forest owners
Peter Weblin assesses the consequences of harvesting the large forest plantings of 20+ years ago and the implications facing forest owners
23rd Jul 15, 8:33am

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