The hottest 2018 Brazilian pulp output exceeded 21

2022-07-26
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In 2018, Brazil's pulp output exceeded 21million tons

according to foreign media reports, the Brazilian Timber Association recently released a survey report. According to the report, in 2018, thanks to the rise in international commodity prices of pulp, most of which are often referred to as the enhancement of glass fiber, Brazil's domestic pulp output exceeded 21million tons, an increase of 7.5% over the previous year, a record high

in January, 2018, Brazilian goldfish paper, the second largest paper industry in Brazil, successfully merged with Brazilian parrot paper, the largest paper industry in the world after heat treatment in order to reduce oil absorption resistance and avoid oil absorption difficulties, made in Brazil Jinan experimental machine factory, with a share exchange of 27.8 billion reais, so as to become the largest short cellulose pulp manufacturer in the world after heat treatment

the combined new company will have an annual output of 11million tons of pulp and 1.4 million tons of paper. At this point, the world's largest paper company was born. The new company has 11 production plants in Brazil, with a total of 37000 direct and indirect employees

from January to November 2018, Brazil's domestic pulp output reached 19.3 million tons, an increase of 9.6% over the same period last year, and the monthly average output reached 1.7 million tons. Based on this calculation, the annual pulp output in 2018 will reach or exceed 21million tons

Wasser Schalke, CEO of Brazilian goldfish paper, said that the global pulp demand increased by 1.5-2million tons annually, and this year's pulp demand is expected to increase by 2.5-3.0% year-on-year

in the first 11 months of 2018, Brazilian pulp exports totaled 13.23 million tons, an increase of 9.7% over the same period of the previous year, which is a record. The FOB value of exports reached US $7.5 billion, of which the value of exports to China reached US $3.1 billion, accounting for 42% of the total exports, a substantial increase of 42.1% over the same period last year

the average price per ton of pulp in the first 11 months of 2018 was US $818, an increase of 25% year-on-year. However, Fitch international, a rating agency, said that in December last year, the average price per ton of pulp fell to $642.89 due to China's excess pulp inventory

Moody's, another rating agency, said that it is expected that the international commodity price of pulp will be flat in 2019 on a year-on-year basis. The new pulp plant of Arauco, a Chilean forestry company, is expected to be put into operation before 2021. At that time, the company's annual pulp capacity will reach 2.1 million tons, greatly exceeding the current annual capacity of 1.27 million tons

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