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Forestry

BIS Oxford Economics provides independent analysis and forecasting of forest product markets in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Rim, North and South America and Europe.
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BIS 
Forestry
provides independent global analysis, advice and forecasts for forest product markets.

Regions analysed include Australasia (Australia and New Zealand), Europe (European Union, Russia, Turkey), North Asia (China, Japan, and South Korea) South Asia (India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam), North America (Canada, Mexico and United States) and South America (Argentina, Chile, and Brazil).

Products include laminated veneer lumber, strand lumber, cross laminated timber, I-joists, glulam, plywood, oriented strand board, medium density fibreboard, particleboard, and lumber (timber).

The scope of analysis includes economic and building industry forecasts, forecasts for other end use sectors such as furniture, analysis of forest resources, plant listings and industry structure, and forecasts of production, consumption, trade and prices.

The program specialises in multi-client strategic forecasting studies used by major forest products companies, supplying companies, investors and governments across the globe to identify market opportunities, and develop strategies and prospects for investment and trade.

The program also includes private strategic advice on a fee for services basis.

Private Client Work 

We can provide customised research to meet a wide range of forest industry needs, including industry surveys, strategic planning, new product development research, and forecasting models for short term budgeting and long term planning.

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Sydney

Level 8, 99 Walker Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
Australia

Phone: +61 2 8458 4200
Fax: +61 2 9959 5795
Email: info@bisoxfordeconomics.com.au

 

Melbourne

Level 40, Rialto South Tower
525 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Australia

Phone: +61 3 8679 7300
Fax: +61 3 9614 0033
Email: info@bisoxfordeconomics.com.au

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