Why Finnish timber is popular
In recent years, Finland's timber exports to China have grown at a rapid rate. In 2016, the total exports of Akamatsu reached 155,000 cubic meters, a year-on-year increase of 103%, and the total exports of spruce reached 893,000 cubic meters, a year-on-year increase of 62%.
A few days ago, the 2nd China Green Wood Industry Conference and the 10th China Wood Protection Industry Conference were held in Nanping City, Fujian Province. More than 350 people including leaders from China and Finland wood industry, experts, scholars, and business representatives gathered to discuss wood preservation in Finland. In-depth exchanges and discussions were focused on issues such as environmental protection and environmental protection. Among them, a promotion activity called "Finnish Wood · Xiu Yulin" attracted attention.
The timber industry is the basic industry of the national economy. The standardized construction, quality improvement, brand building and green development of timber have become the key to win the future of timber companies. Finland is the first western country to sign an intergovernmental trade agreement with China and the first country to sign a bilateral forestry cooperation agreement with China. Today, the forestry cooperation between the two countries has gone through more than 30 years.
Sino-Finnish forestry is complementary, and cooperation is mutually beneficial and win-win. Finland is the country with the highest forest coverage