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What is the outlook for future global wood availability?

Pöyry is developing a unique digital service enabling wood consuming industries to get verified market intelligence on future wood availability. We invite companies to pilot the service prior to publication.

What is the outlook for future global wood availability?

The world is becoming ever hungrier for wood and fibre: A growing middle class in the modern world requires increasing amounts of packed goods and hygiene products; construction sector is active especially in developing regions, consuming a vast amount of wood-based materials; and at the same time, the world needs sustainable solutions to tackle plastic pollution and climate change.

What does this mean for wood consuming industries?

China and other developing countries will become an ever growing sink for wood-based materials – either in a form of finished products, semi-finished products or raw materials. This will impact the operating and investment conditions of wood consuming industries all over the world.

How to get insight on future wood availability?

Pöyry is developing a unique digital service enabling wood consuming industries to get verified market intelligence on future wood availability. It will provide a comprehensive view on wood availability outlook by combining Pöyry’s unparalleled global insight in one, easy-to-use digital information platform.

What is the benefit of this digital information service?

The digital information service will provide fast access to the outlook of future wood availability, enabling first hand support for strategic considerations whenever needed. It will provide an overview of individual countries and regions in a global context, taking into account the complex dynamics of wood and fibre flows around the world.

How to get access to the information?

The digital information service will be available by late 2018, after which the service will be available for subscription. Pöyry also invites companies to pilot the service prior to publication.

Interested?

For more information on the subscription or potential piloting of the service, please complete the form on this page or contact Sami Pastila at +358 1033 22579 or