The hottest log import at Shanghai Port ushers in

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The log import at Shanghai Port ushered in the "little spring"

at about 7 a.m. yesterday (31st), Hong Kong, China reached 12% The African albatross, loaded with 20000 tons of logs, slowly drove into the wharf of Longwu port company. So far, in the first quarter of this year, the number of Chinese and foreign international ships importing logs through the port reached 16, an increase of 60% year-on-year over the previous quarter, marking the beginning of the spring of log import at Shanghai port

according to the statistics of Jinshan border inspection station, from January to March this year, after the cold winter at the end of last year, the wharf of Longwu port company resumed its busy scene again, especially the surge in the number of ships importing logs, and the log import volume suddenly increased sharply, an increase of 60% over the previous quarter. As far back as the fourth quarter of 2008, affected by the global financial crisis, the import volume of log ships decreased by about 45% compared with the average value of the first three quarters of 2008, while the import volume of pulp ships decreased by 30% year-on-year

1 but after the user set and completed the test data, according to the introduction of the frontier inspection authority, in the communication and investigation with the ship and relevant business units, such as elongation, stress, strain, damage value, average value, etc., we learned that the main reasons for the rebound of log import volume are: due to China's economy taking the lead in improving, the domestic related shipping business rebounded; China's real estate policy has been relaxed, and the demand for real estate has increased compared with the second half of last year, driving the strong demand for wood used in house decoration; Recently, Russia banned the export of its logs, which led to the rise of log prices in the international market, and brought a series of price linkage effects of wood products, making it profitable for oil traders to replace reducers

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