After a slowdown patch of 3-4 months, the demand for wood panel and surface décor products is noted to have improved in September and October months.
“The sellers find out that what they think in terms of product and its applications & uses; that do not sell. What they passing out to the customer is important, it does not matter what we think. The entire market is moving out like this.
In India per capita plywood consumption even today is not more than 2 sqm, but in China it is more than 30 sqm. If we compare India and China our production in MDF is 1.2 million tonne while it is more than 50 million tonne in China and the Particle
On 3rd march 2019, Uttar Pradesh government issued licenses to about 1350 new plywood and wood based industries in the state, which had brought cheer to plywood machinery suppliers and manufacturers.
The effect of harvest residue burning by farmers in several northern regions in the country has started showing its bad effect and the pollutant factory operations is being questioned by the authorities.
The government sought a report from PCCF (Principal Chief Conservator of Forest) Mr UK Agarwal sending a letter second time in two months on the issuance of licences to 50 saw mills by the state-level committee (SLC) as he heads the committee also.
सरकार ने पीसीसीएफ (प्रधान मुख्य वन संरक्षक) श्री यूके अग्रवाल से राज्य स्तरीय समिति (एसएलसी) द्वारा 50 सॉ मिलों को लाइसेंस जारी करने पर दो महीने में दूसरी बार पत्र भेजकर रिपोर्ट मांगी है क्योंकि वह समिति के प्रमुख भी हैं। पत्र में यह भी कहा गया है
In last three months Okoume supply has been very slow in India due to weaker demand in plywood industry in the market. The Face Veneer suppliers and buyers both have not been very optimistic for new consignments coming from Gabon.
प्लाइवुड उद्योग समेत पूरे बाजार में पिछले तीन महीनों से कमजोर मांग के कारण ओकूमे की आपूर्ति भारत में बहुत धीमी रही। फेस विनियर से जुड़े आपूर्तिकर्ता और खरीदार दोनों ही गैबॉन से आने वाली नई खेपों के लिए भी बहुत आशावादी नहीं हैं। इसके विपरीत, बर्मा, इंड
National Green Tribunal (NGT) has fixed the next hearing on 23rd October on petition to challenging the process of the granting provisional licences for establishment about 1350 new plywood and wood based industries in Uttar Pradesh.