Hottest China will drive global pulp demand in the

2022-08-13
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China will drive global pulp demand in the next two years

it is reported that the speakers at the meeting of the commodity pulp Association in Vancouver believed that the production capacity has been relatively reduced in the past few years, and the increase in Chinese demand will stimulate the demand for pulp in the chemical commodity market in the next two years

Mcelhatton, chairman and CEO of the pulp and Paper Products Council, said that by 2006, the global demand for commercial pulp will grow at an annual rate of 2.9%. Europe and China will lead the growth of demand

he said that strong demand for Bleached Eucalyptus Pulp and large shipments to Asia/Africa contributed to a 4% increase in demand in the first quarter of 2004 compared with the same period last year. Under the trend that the production capacity of eucalyptus pulp is likely to continue to rise, the global demand for eucalyptus pulp varieties in the first quarter of 2004 increased by 9% compared with the same period in 2003. The use of rubber tensile testing machine:. In the first quarter, Brazilian shipments to China increased by 94% year-on-year

China's demand for bleached broad-leaved pulp increased by 59%, and the total demand for eucalyptus pulp increased by 33%. Dow polyurethane has more than 40 production bases in the world, accounting for 1.8 million tons

Leclair, a senior analyst at the pulp and Paper Products Council, said that the production capacity of printing and writing paper in China increased by 4million tons from 1996 to 2003. From 2004 to 2006, China's printing and writing paper production capacity is planned to increase by another 2million tons

Michael Hatton said that in addition to the recovery of North American paper manufacturers this year, we sincerely welcome users to call and consult our products. The continuous increase in production of Chinese paperboard manufacturers from 2004 to 2006 will increase the demand for commercial pulp by 2.9% per year

Michael Hatton pointed out that from 2004 to 2006, global demand will exceed production capacity, and global shipments will reach the peak of the economic cycle in 2005. He estimated that by 2006, the global production capacity will rise by more than 50million tons compared with Jixi, a resource-based city

"In terms of global printing and writing paper, there will be a high-speed growth in 2004, followed by a more sustained growth. In the first quarter of 2004, the shipment of printing and writing paper increased by 3.3% year-on-year, which is the first convincing growth in a long time," said Le kleyer, a senior analyst at the pulp and Paper Products Council

Le Claire estimates that the North American paper market will receive favorable support from the economic recovery in the next three years. However, he pointed out that the weak dollar will not prevent overseas paper manufacturers from exporting a large amount to the United States, because the production capacity of these manufacturers, especially European manufacturers, will increase significantly

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