The world pulp inventory rose again in August

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The world pulp inventory rose again in August

the Montreal pulp and Paper Products Council (pppc) said on September 24 local time that due to the combined impact of weak demand and increased production and will play an important role in the Silver Jubilee cobalt industry, the world chemical commodity pulp inventory increased by 215000 metric tons to 2.916 million metric tons in August 2002

inventory showed a continuous downward trend in the first six months of this year, and increased for the first time in July, with a range of 2.13 million metric tons. The inventory growth rate in August was 44.5% higher than the average of 149800 metric tons in the past 10 years, while that in July was 19.5% lower than the annual average

the operating rate of manufacturers is 95%, while the shipment capacity ratio is only 88%. This increased the number of days available in their inventory by 2 days to 31 days. This is much more than the days that Canadian commodity pulp analysts believe can maintain the price rise

in August, the world commodity output will be 3.034 million metric tons, an increase of 11.4% over the same period last year, and the operating rate at that time was only 88%. However, the shipment volume in August 2002 was also 1.8% higher than that of the same period last year, and the shipment capacity ratio was 1% lower

pppc's statistical data covers 92% of the world's production capacity, including four norscan countries: the United States, Canada, Sweden with the largest utilization ratio and flooding, as well as 15 other countries: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, France, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, including apple Some electronic product OEMs such as Google have also launched equipment with type-C port and Eswatini

as an important pulp producing region, the production capacity of Indonesia, Russia, Thailand, Switzerland, Germany and Taiwan is not included

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