indonesian plywood industry growth

Global Plywood Industry - PR Newswire

2 Nov 2016 II-8 Table 6: World Population by Geographic Region (2000-2050) (in Millions) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-9 Burgeoning Middle Class Population Worldwide Spurs Market growth II-9 Table 7: Global Middle Class III-88 Table 100: Indian Wood Panel Market by Segment (FY2015): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Medium Density Fiberboard, Particle Board, plywood and Surface Products (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-88 Demand  【Get Price】

Reviving Tropical Plywood - ITTO

country level; others may need an expansion of. ITTO's activities. The two authors, Tan Seng Hock of Samling. Corporation in Malaysia and Lamon Rutten of the United Nations Conference on Trade and. Development (UNCTAD), bring considerable experience to this study. Mr Tan has been marketing tropical plywood for many years, while Mr Rutten has spent most of his professional life in trade analysis and previously produced a report for UNCTAD on the plywood futures market. 【Get Price】

analysis of india's plywood market - Theseus

rate of GDP and became a fast economy. The steadily growing middle-class has improved the local purchasing power and developed the construction sector for housing and infrastructure. Significant investments in these sectors have increased the demand for wood and wood products. As such, the demand for plywood has grown in the domestic market and has opened an opportunity for foreign investors and manufacturer countries to invest in the Indian domestic market of plywood. 【Get Price】

Plywood Market - Indonesia Steps Up Exports Against Reduced

22 Sep 2016 The 15% decline in exports, however, has not resulted in reduced levels of output in Malaysia: domestic demand growth has offset the partial loss from foreign markets. plywood Prices for Exporter-Countries. Indonesia is another of China's competitors on the global plywood market; last year, indonesian exports increased by 5%, to 2.6 million cubic metres (as estimated by IndexBox). Japan is one of the main consumers of indonesian plywood but, unlike South Korea  【Get Price】

The Indonesian wood products industry: Journal of the Asia Pacific

The plywood industry started to develop in 1973 with the establishment of two mills with an installed capacity of 28,000 m<sup>3</sup>. During the following years the plywood industry expanded steadily, though not remarkably, until it began to grow rapidly as a result of the stimulus it received when the indonesian government in 1980 introduced a partial ban on the exports of logs, which was subsequently followed by a total ban in&nbsp; 【Get Price】

Indonesia's Wood Resource: Trends and Policies

This paper reviews the trends and policies of the indonesian wood sector, which continues to depend upon the natural timber resource of the nation's tropical rainforests. The following section situates the importance of the tropical rainforest to the indonesian people and emphasizes the dangerous trend of deforestation that continues unabated. This is followed by a section identifying of the costs and benefits of deforestation with special focus on wood products, including logging, the&nbsp; 【Get Price】

Unasylva - No. 167 - Forest industry - The Indonesian wood panel

An analysis of the transformation of the indonesian forest industry from world leader in tropical log exports to world leader in tropical plywood exports. The legal foundation for forestry development and management was . Strict enforcement of regulations ensuring a total ban on log exports in 1980 and the requirement that concessionaires build domestic processing facilities were key factors in the growth of the industry. However, the resultant rapid production increases (from 1 million&nbsp; 【Get Price】

indonesia forestry outlook study - Food and Agriculture Organization

Given the future state of indonesian forest resources in 2020 mentioned above: the annual production and consumption growth of plywood, block board, sawnwood, and pulp would be increased to 10-15%, 28-34%, 17-23%, and 9-10%, respectively; while, their annual export growths would be increased to 12-17%, 28-34%, 17-23%, and 7-8%, respectively. Moreover, the plywood, veneer, and block board industries as well as the sawnwood industry would still face a log deficit until&nbsp; 【Get Price】

Indonesia's Legal Timber Supply Gap and - Forest Trends

3 Feb 2015 In 2007, the indonesian Ministry of Forestry (MoF) developed a Road Map for the Revitalizafion of the Forest. industry that aimed, in part, to tackle the sector's two major problems: 1) an insufficient supply of material; and, 2) an over-capacity in processing. As the first phase (2007-2014) of the Road Map draws to a close, this paper evaluates whether the indonesian forestry sector has a sufficient supply of legal timber to meet its growing demand for wood. Reports&nbsp; 【Get Price】

Plywood prices on uptrend - Business News The Star Online

23 Oct 2017 “It is a fact that domestic plywood is now more than imported plywood in Japan but imported plywood is absolutely a necessary product for Japan. But in the coming years, the (Japanese) market would not accept any product without traceability of forest certificate.” The JLR said in Indonesia and Malaysia, harvest of natural growth timber has been reduced by various restrictions while production of planted timber or tree plantation is increasing. “In Indonesia, 40% of&nbsp; 【Get Price】

2013. Prospective Indonesian Plywood in the Global Market.

from Indonesia faced difficulty in continuing their production [3]. The banned log exports giving subsidies for plywood export to new markets especially to Japan. Manuscript received June 6, 2013; revised August 25, 2013. and Korea. indonesian industry policy made it as the largest plywood exporter in globally [4] with about 30 million m3 shipped out annually [5]. The government policy encouraged the growth of domestic wood industries, mainly the plywood industry, were only three. 【Get Price】

Global plywood market: China losing edge; Indonesia gains

4 Oct 2016 The reduced procurement of tropical plywood in Europe, where consumers are starting to increasingly opt for other types of hardwood plywood, can account for this. The 15 percent decline in exports, however, has not resulted in reduced levels of output in Malaysia. Domestic demand growth has offset the partial loss from foreign markets. Indonesia is another of China's competitors on the global plywood market; last year, indonesian exports increased by 5 percent,&nbsp; 【Get Price】

An Analysis of the Demand Market of Indonesian Plywood in Japan

The indonesian plywood industry began to rapidly develop in the 1980s, since the government stated a new policy regarding a ban on the export of wood logs in 1985. The industry has experienced rapid growth and structural change and played an important part in the indonesian economy through a significant role as a gross domestic product, foreign exchange, government revenue, and employment contributor. The aims of this study are to analyze the current situation of indonesian&nbsp; 【Get Price】