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Russian lumber exports see a 10% decline in 2023

Russian lumber exports see a 10% decline in 2023

Posted on February 12, 2024   |  

Russian lumber exports fell by 10% in 2023 to 20.7 million m³, with Asian countries taking 98% of the total supply.

China remains the top importer of Russian lumber, receiving 13 million m³ in 2023 and Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan also saw significant imports.

Turkey had the largest increase in imports from Russia, growing by 2.3 times to 254 thousand m³. 

Other countries showing notable growth include Kyrgyzstan, South Korea, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, and the UAE.