Log costs for sawmills in the US South are among the lowest in the world and have been consistently low for over a decade


The forest industry in the US South has attracted increased interest and investment over the past few years. This relatively newfound attention is a result of the region’s competitive advantage over many countries worldwide. The benefits come primarily from the region’s surplus of timber supply, efficient infrastructure, and low wood costs. The population of the…

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