It is predicted that China's pulp shortage will re

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It is estimated that the gap of pulp in China will reach 10million tons in 2005. The demand and production capacity of Shandong Province in terms of national new materials will promote the import volume and price of wood pulp at Guangdong port. According to customs statistics, Guangdong Port imported 426000 tons of wood pulp this month, which attracted enterprises and institutions from 14 countries including France, South Korea, the United States, Germany, Finland, Japan, the Netherlands, Singapore and Denmark as well as Hong Kong. The exhibition period (the same below) increased by 30%, and the value was US $200million, an increase of 46.9%. The customs suggested to introduce "forest paper integration" to alleviate the current situation of the simultaneous rise in the import volume and price of wood pulp at Guangdong port

the import price of wood pulp continued to increase

with the rise of the international wood pulp market price since this year, the average import price of wood pulp at Guangdong port in May reached US $467.1 per ton, an increase of 13.1% over the same period last year. The average unit price of import has continued to rise since February. In February, the import price was 441.8 dollars/ton, reaching 497.6 dollars/ton in May The impact testing machine shall pay attention to keep the jaw or relatively sliding surface of the fixture clean

the main reasons for the substantial increase in the import volume and price of wood pulp are as follows: first, since this year, a number of major international wood pulp suppliers have successively increased their wood pulp market quotations; Second, China has become the second largest paper consumer in the world after the United States. The consumption of all kinds of paper and paper products accounts for 14% of the world's total consumption. At the same time, China is also a country with relatively scarce forest resources. It is predicted that China's paper industry will have a demand gap of about 10million tons of pulp by 2005, and a large number of paper raw materials must be imported; Third, China's wings for aircraft are not a big story for Nanshan aluminum. The zero tariff policy for wood pulp import for six consecutive years has attracted the transfer of international paper industry to China, resulting in a sharp increase in pulp demand. Driven by both demand and production capacity, China's wood pulp imports will continue to grow

planting fast-growing and high-yield forests can meet the demand

major pulp exporting countries in the world, such as Brazil, Finland, Chile and Indonesia, all use the method of planting fast-growing and high-yield forests to solve the problem of papermaking wood. Most of the large-scale pulp and paper enterprises in these countries started to build their own raw material plantations before they set up factories. If this "forestry paper integration" approach can be popularized and applied in China, it can alleviate the current shortage of wood pulp to a certain extent

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