US Forest Products Sector Overview

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US Forest Products Sector Overview

US Forest Products Sector

Overview

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Forest” area (>20 million hectare)

Canada

Russia

USA

China

Mx

Co Vz

Bo

Peru

Su

DRC

In

Indo

PN

Brazil

A

Key:

This shape represents

100 million hectares.

Area of shapes is directly

proportional to forest area.

Source: FAO

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Production industrial round wood

Production

(>15 million cu.m.)

USA

Canada

Swe

Fr

Gy

Fi

Pol

Russia

China

Jp

Brazil

India

Mlys

Indns

Key:

Ch

SAf

Aus

NZ

This shape represents

100 million cubic metres.

Areas shown are directly

proportional to volume.

Source: Yearbook of Forest Product Statistics, FAO, 1997

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Consumption timber, pulp & paper (>20mi cu.m.

Consumption

RWE)

NAm

UK

Sp

Nw Sw

Fr Gy

It

Rs

China

HK

SK

Japan

India

Brazil

Key:

This shape represents

100 million cubic metres

Round Wood Equivalent volume.

Areas shown are directly

proportional to volume.

Source: 1997 import data from Eurostat, World Trade Atlas,

& national yearbooks of statistics - by commodity by country;

1997 log production data from FAO Yearbook of Forest Product Statistics

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100

450

90

400

80

350

70

300

Percent of

Total World

Production

250

60

200

50

150

40

100

30

50

0

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20

10

0

USA

Canada

China

Brazil

Russian Fed

Sweden

Indonesia

Finland

Malaysia

Germany

France

India

Chile

Japan

Australia

South Africa

Poland

New Zealand

Spain

Czech Rep

Austria

Turkey

Romania

Belarus

Portugal

Millions of

WRME

Cubic

Metres

90% of industrial wood is

produced in 25 countries

Source : FAO, SOFO 97, LEK analysis

Non-Tropical

Tropical


U.S. Forest Products Consumption

(production plus net imports)

600

Net Imports

Million tons, dry weight

500

400

300

200

Paper& paperboard

Composites production

Lumber & miscellaneous

1.9% per year increase

0.9% per year increase

Paper/paperboard increases most

100

0

1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050

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Paper and Paperboard Percentages

7% 5%

8%

16%

28%

37%

Containerboard

Printing/Writing

Boxboard

Newsprint

Tissue

Packaging

Papers

US Consumption – 100 million tons/yr

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Wood use per single family house

(cubic meters)

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

1950 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1988 1995 1996 1998

Source: D. McKeever, USDA Forest Products Lab

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U.S. Wood Products Consumption

75% goes to residential markets

Housing market is still primary outlet!

2002 Softwood Lumber

52.6 BBF (128 million cubic meters)

2002 Structural Panels

37.1 BSF(3/8) (33 million cubic meters)

R&A

34%

NR

6%

Industrial

19%

New Residential*

41%

R&A

22%

NR.

9%

Industrial

16%

New Residential*

53%

*New residential includes single-family, multi-family, and mobile homes

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Source: APA & SFPA, Market Outlook, September 2002


Wood & Competitive Materials in

Residential Buildings

11%

5%

39%

40%

Solid wood

Others

Engineered wood

Metals

Plastics

5%

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# Pulp Mills


U. S. South Total Pulpwood Consumption

250

Volume (million tons)

200

150

100

50

0

1955

1960

1965

1970

1975

1980

1985

1990

1995

2000

2005

Source: Forest Resources Association (formerly American Pulpwood Assoc.)

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World Pulp Production

Million metric tons

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0

U.S.A. Canada Sweden Finland Brazil Chile N.Z.

1995 2002

Source: Pulp & Paper International,

Paperloop.com

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Trends in Wood Pulp Capacity

Million tons

80

60

40

20

0

1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003

Total U.S.

Source: FRA (APA), USDA Southern

Research Station, and Pulp & Paper NA Fact

Book,TimberMart-South

South


Global Paper and Board Consumption

Over the past 23 years global paper and paperboard consumption has grown

3.0% a year on average

350

Million tons

Rest of World

300

+ 3.4 %/a

Non-Japan Asia

250

200

Japan

150

Europe

100

50

North America

0

1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

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Global Demand for Paper and Paperboard

World demand for paper and paperboard continues to grow by a growth rate of 2.2

percents a year to 450 million tons by the year 2015

500

400

300

Million tons

Rest of the World

Latin America

Rest of Asia

China

200

Japan

Eastern Europe

100

Western Europe

0

North America

1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015

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Global Consumption of Papermaking Fibre

World consumption of papermaking fibre forecast to grow to 460 million tons by the

year 2015, or 2.3%/a on average.

500

Million tons

400

300

Recovered paper

200

Non-wood pulps

Sulphite pulps

UKP

BHKP

100

BSKP

Mechanical/semichemical

0

1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015

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