Suifenhe builds strategic reserve park for imported timber

Although the domestic real estate market has been active recently, in terms of the policy environment in which domestic real estate policies continue to remain high or tightened, it is believed that its recent market performance will still be difficult to sustain. At the same time, with the decline in global commodity and timber prices due to the sluggish global market demand, it will gradually be reflected in the domestic wood-based panel market.
    The planned layout of the Suifenhe Border Economic Cooperation Zone is "six districts and one center." That is, the Longjiang Import and Export Processing Industrial Park, Comprehensive Bonded Zone, International Logistics Industrial Park, Import Chemical Industry Park, Emerging Industry Demonstration Park, Imported Timber Strategic Reserve Park and Border Economic Cooperation Zone Investment Service Center.
    The Imported Timber Strategic Reserve Park, combined with the reality of Suifenhe, and taking advantage of the favorable timing of the national strategic reserve, plans to build a national timber strategic reserve park. The park covers an area of ​​1.9 square kilometers and is planned and constructed in accordance with a reserve capacity of 10 million cubic meters. Make full use of the advantages of Russian timber resources, expand the scale of timber imports, increase the intensity of deep processing, and form a national distribution center for imported timber resources and product reserves.
    Therefore, it is believed that part of the cost pressure caused to enterprises in the industry in the early period has eased during this period. At the same time, the impact on the industry also includes the recent decline in the exchange rate of RMB against the US dollar. Just as mentioned above, due to the decrease in investment demand in the domestic real estate market, the impact of policies such as policy housing on the industry will become increasingly prominent. In this way, the situation of the consumer groups affected by its policies will be worthy of industry attention.
(China Timber Network Chief Editor: Huang Junfeng)