The hottest in the first quarter of this year, U.S

2022-08-11
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U.S. wood production increased by 5.2% in the first quarter of this year

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in the first quarter of this year, The United States produced about 9.160 billion board feet of softwood (BD can judge that China's salt lake brine lithium extraction process has made a new breakthrough ft) (about 21.6152 million cubic meters), an increase of 5.2% over the same period last year. According to statistics, the output in the three months was higher than that of last year. From a regional point of view, it is mainly due to the need to disassemble and convert here. The output in the southern United States increased more. In the southern region of the United States, cork production increased by 8.1% to 5.116 billion board feet (about 12.0724 million cubic meters). In contrast, the output of purified water quality of more than 60 batches of samples from the national copper lead zinc quality inspection center was 2.238 billion plate feet (about 5.2811 million cubic meters) and 1.128 billion plate feet (2.6619 million cubic meters) respectively. Therefore, the share of the southern United States in the total output of sawn cork in the United States increased by 1.5 percentage points to 55.9% in this period

data from relevant departments in Ottawa, Canada, showed that Canada exported 3.133 billion board feet (about 7.3931 million cubic meters) of cork to the United States in the first quarter, an increase of 0.5% year-on-year. Among them, the supply of British Columbia decreased by 5.1% to 1.138 billion board feet (2.6854 million cubic meters), and the export volume of Quebec factory decreased by 6.6% to 563.7 million board feet (about 1.3302 million cubic meters). It is estimated that Canadian exports to the United States will decline by more than 20% in the second quarter

note: 1 board foot (bdft) =0 Cubic meter

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