Forestry Industry – 2022 Production Line Intelligence Report

As part of the latest PLI report series, this research document on the forestry industry focusses on the processing of harvested timber from extraction to the sawmill.

Exclusively for EPTDA members, the Forestry PLI reports on the latest market insights, explores the production process and key stages at the sawmill (with Power Transmission in mind), and identifies critical projects and opportunities within the industry.

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PLI is an essential tool for any EPTDA member to develop their commercial understanding and stay competitive within the market environment. Whilst each report can be read independently, when considered as a series, PLI reports can offer members great opportunities for synergy across industries. For example, consider looking at the processes involved in material handling (2019) and recycling (2020) and the similarities as uncovered in this latest report on forestry.

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EU Monitoring: How to achieve Net Zero using data analytics

By using data analytics, business leaders across the manufacturing sector and all the supply chain can significantly reduce their carbon emissions – as well as improve efficiency, reduce costs, and drive innovation.

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Oxford Economics – Industry Forecast Report

All 9 countries covered in the data are forecasted to have growth and recovery on the horizon in the industrial production and manufacturing output in 2022.

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PTMI is a special monthly index created for EPTDA members, offering quality real-time industrial data available on European short-cycle industrial demand. The report claims to offer industry level YoY growth for order intake, sales and inventories every month a few days after the month had finished, without waiting two months for Eurostat or rely on the Purchasing Manager Indices (PMIs) alone which are only base on opinion and sentiment.

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