Canada: Lumber production in January lower by 10% over a year ago

апреля 15, 2019
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Canadian lumber production increased 19.2% from December to 5 154.3 thousand cubic metres in January, but was down 10.1% compared with January 2018.

Canada's sawmills shipped 4 983.4 thousand cubic metres of lumber in January, up 17.9% from December but 2.6% lower than in January 2018.

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North American Product Classification System (NAPCS) September 2018 October 2018 November 2018 December 2018 January 2019
  Cubic metres
Total softwood and hardwood, production 5,359.6 5,753.8 5,309.9 4,324.4 5,154.3
Total hardwood, production 109.8 112.7 103.1 85.8 79.3
Total softwood, production 4 5,249.7 5,641.1 5,206.8 4,238.6 5,075.0
Spruce, pine and fir, production 5 4,532.1 4,990.9 4,524.1 3,783.1 4,454.7
Douglas fir and western larch, production 349.0 273.4 286.1 167.7 268.0
Hemlock fir, production 6 x 159.7 185.9 128.6 131.9
Western red cedar, production 154.7 x x x 154.2
All other softwood, not elsewhere specified, production 7 64.2 74.5 67.7 51.3 66.1
Total softwood excluding spruce, pine and fir, production 8 717.6 650.2 682.7 455.5 620.3
Total softwood and hardwood, shipments 5,262.0 5,512.6 5,170.1 4,225.2 4,983.4
Total softwood and hardwood, stocks 7,730.1 7,930.9 7,731.9 7,722.2 7,861.5
Total hardwood, stocks F F F F 132.3
Total softwood, stocks 4 7,587.1 7,787.7 7,606.6 7,597.0 7,729.1
Spruce, pine and fir, stocks 5 6,661.0 6,886.5 6,657.4 6,776.6 6,794.6
Douglas fir and western larch, stocks 318.2 251.4 270.2 209.8 270.1
Hemlock fir, stocks 6 x x 263.3 x 209.1
Western red cedar, stocks 232.7 239.2 x 261.6 306.5
All other softwood, not elsewhere specified, stocks 7 148.4 155.2 153.4 149.5 148.8
Total softwood excluding spruce, pine and fir, stocks 8 926.1 901.2 949.2 820.4 934.5