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Even though society have started to feel the effects of the economic slowdown, Russian timber industry experiences a revival. Russian timber industry is becoming more powerful. Experts claim that the current, already visible development of all branches of the timber industry is gong to expand. 
- The image of the timber industry in Russia has no doubt changed - notes Alexander Oswald, German coordinator of export to Russia. - In fact the Russian market used to be perceived as risky and wild. It is true that illegal timber transport to China is still flourishing, but it has just a small share in the processing sector.        

The research conducted by the Russian Statistical Office shows that lumber production increases by 2% yoy, plywood production by1.5%, production of fibre hard boards by 5%, and production of wood particle boards by 3%. Especially the figures for the last two items are surprisingly high. An increase in production is attributed mainly to the high demand for high-quality Russian furniture. It is because the driving force for timber economy is thriving furniture and construction industry.     

Timber processing is carried out in Russia by more than 25,000 enterprises, whose total capacity amounts 35 mln m
Wojciech Osiski
wojciech.osinski@gpd24.pl

Sawmills are becoming more powerful 

Even though society have started to feel the effects of the economic slowdown, Russian timber industry experiences a revival. Russian timber industry is becoming more powerful. Experts claim that the current, already visible development of all branches of the timber industry is gong to expand. 
- The image of the timber industry in Russia has no doubt changed - notes Alexander Oswald, German coordinator of export to Russia. - In fact the Russian market used to be perceived as risky and wild. It is true that illegal timber transport to China is still flourishing, but it has just a small share in the processing sector.        

The research conducted by the Russian Statistical Office shows that lumber production increases by 2% yoy, plywood production by1.5%, production of fibre hard boards by 5%, and production of wood particle boards by 3%. Especially the figures for the last two items are surprisingly high. An increase in production is attributed mainly to the high demand for high-quality Russian furniture. It is because the driving force for timber economy is thriving furniture and construction industry.     

Timber processing is carried out in Russia by more than 25,000 enterprises, whose total capacity amounts 35 mln m