Seattle, WA, March 23, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The 215 page study covers:
I. Demand: Projected Demand for Softwood Lumber in the US for the period 2017-2030
Future lumber consumption is based on projections of housing starts, repair & remodeling expenditures and related softwood lumber consumption, and the evolution of other demand sectors.
II. Supply: Projected sources of softwood lumber Supply 2016-2030
Includes detailed profiles of key softwood lumber production regions including New Zealand, Chile, Brazil, Sweden, Eastern Canada, Western Canada, the US Northwest and the US South.
Mini-profiles, evaluating softwood timber resources, delivered log prices, lumber trade and softwood lumber export potential to the US market of Germany, Finland, Latvia, and Western Russia are also provided.
III. Supply Curve Analysis
The study constructs a US softwood lumber supply curve for 2016 using actual supply statistics and estimated delivered softwood lumber costs for the key supplying regions. The study then evaluates how supply could change under alternative Demand Scenarios, based on regional projections of log costs, softwood lumber production, and likely US exports, to identify the most likely suppliers to the US market in 2025 and 2030.
IV. Conclusions and Sensitivities
In addition to reporting results for various demand scenarios, the study considers sensitivities based on investment capital and exchange rates, and offers insight into the implications of the changing US softwood lumber market on timberland investments.
Please see the attached brochure for more information about the comprehensive study, including who will benefit from the analyses and the pricing options.
For more information about the contents of the report, or to order, please contact:
Håkan Ekström at 1-425-402-8809 (firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Hagler at 1-703-838-3636 (email@example.com