Hardwood plywood imports surge, but growth rate is slowing | Woodworking Network


STERLING, Va.– U.S. imports of hardwood plywood have grown 45% year-to-date through May. However, this is lower than the 60% year-to-date growth through April, reports the Decorative Hardwoods Association.Citing statistics from the U.S. International Trade Commission, the association found that May imports from Russia dropped to 26 million square feet from an average of more…

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