British market remains under strain of surplus supply

British sawmills aiming to reduce cutting output as prices head downhill

Demand on the British sawn-softwood market has continued to decrease since the middle of June after business had already failed to live up to importers’ expectations in April and May. Market players believe the low level of interest in purchasing is connected with the existing surplus in the supply of imported spruc...

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