Lumber Market Report


Lumber Update – September 2019

By Paul Rogers August is typically a quiet month for the lumber market and this year was no exception as demand was mediocre at best. For the most part, retail lumber buyers were picking and choosing material from distributors in order to fill holes in their inventories (as these types of orders are usually highly Read More


Lumber Market Update – August 2019

By Paul Rogers Click to view full size image. Lumber producers have finally gotten their desired result, as Western mill curtailments and shut-downs (both temporary and permanent) brought the long slide of pricing to a halt. With a clear tightening of supply and escalating prices, buyers jumped in to cover their forecasted needs. However, the Read More


Lumber Market Update- July 2019

By Paul Rogers The languishing market seemed to come to an end mid-month, as a rally spurred by additional mill curtailments and closures created what appears to be a bottom for a market that had been in decline for months. Up until the rally, it was confounding to the mills and traders that lumber dealers Read More


Lumber Market Update – June 2019

Many people want to blame the weather for flat sales this spring, but drier days in May didn’t produce the level of activity that most were hoping for, especially for lumber mills. Any upward price movements in the market were largely brought upon by lumber mills’ implementation of curtailments and temporary closings, in an effort Read More


Lumber Market Update – May 2019

By Paul Rogers April lumber sales were, surprisingly, oddly calm, with very little movement in pricing (and quite unlike last year’s maelstrom of exorbitant price increases brought upon by excessive demand, shortages and trucking issues). Demand this year was steady, and lumber buyers were able to enjoy taking advantage of some good deals as mills Read More


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