The Outlook for North American Offshore Panel Imports

What is the outlook for plywood imports through 2022?

Our new study looks at the impact of increasing imports from Brazil and Chile on the North American market.

The outlook for North American offshore panel imports, provides you with:

  • Expert insight from senior economist Jennifer Coskren
  • Analysis on supply/demand drivers of US offshore panel imports
  • Two year forecast for plywood imports from Brazil and Chile
  • Analysis of export markets for Brazil, Chile and China
  • Annual historical production data for Brazil and Chile 2000-2022
  • Assessment of the historical relationship between imports and exchange rates (for Chile and Brazil)

Plywood shortages in the US has created the need for imports. In 2020 imports accounted for 16% of demand, up from 3.2% in 2012. Record high plywood prices continue.
Understand what this means for the imports market.

Get the expert analysis and data on the US offshore panel import market. Helping you to understand the market drivers through 2022.

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