Spanish plywood imports in 2013 recover from low point in 2012, with volumes up 29% to 64,826 m3; plywood imports from temperate zones exceeded 2011 levels, while tropical plywood imports increased but did not meet 2011 volumes

LOS ANGELES , May 5, 2014 () – Spanish plywood imports showed recovery in 2013 after hitting a low point in 2012, Euwid reported on May 2.

Imports of non-tropical and tropical plywood together totaled 64,826 m3, an increase of 29% year-over-year, improving on 2011 levels.

Tropical plywood imports grew 16.7% to 14,799 m3, but were still lower than 2011 levels.

Plywood imports from temperate zones exceeded the 42,013 m3 achieved in 2011, and were up 33% compared with 2012, at 50,027m3.

The primary source of this article is Euwid, Gernsbach, Germany, May 2, 2014. Click here to view the original Euwid.

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