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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Friday, 20.04.2018, 12:01

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Riga Wood Baltic raises 2017 sales by 20.6%

Riga Wood Baltic raises 2017 sales by 20.6%

13.04.2018

Riga Wood Baltic, a subsidiary of the largest Latvian wood-processing company Latvijas Finieris, closed last year with EUR 6.644 million in turnover at a 20.6% rise from 2016 and made a profit of EUR 103,576 as opposed to a loss the year before, reports LETA, according to Firmas.lv business information website.

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Members of Latvian Furniture association raise turnover by 12.8% in 2017

Members of Latvian Furniture association raise turnover by 12.8% in 2017

10.04.2018

In 2017, the companies united in Latvijas Mebeles (Latvian Furniture) furniture producers' association raised their aggregate turnover by 12.8% year-on-year to EUR 79.13 million, the association’s executive director Ieva Erele told LETA.

Ltfirewood looks for suppliers in Russia, Belarus

Ltfirewood looks for suppliers in Russia, Belarus

03.04.2018

Faced with a shortage of timber and biofuel in Lithuania, Ltfirewood is looking for suppliers in Russia and Belarus, the business daily Verslo Zinios reported on March 30th, reports LETA/BNS.


Estonian woodhouse manufacturers may boost exports to France

Estonian woodhouse manufacturers may boost exports to France

03.04.2018

Estonian manufacturers of wooden houses are interested in increasing the export of their output to the market of France, the Estonian Woodhouse Association said on April 3rd, informs LETA/BNS.

Slight increase in purchase prices of round timber registered in Latvia in H2

Slight increase in purchase prices of round timber registered in Latvia in H2

28.03.2018

Latest data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that, compared to the 1st half of 2017, in the 2nd half of the year the average purchase prices of round timber in Latvia increased. Within the coniferous tree sector, the greatest rise was observed in purchase prices of pine sawlogs in diameter under 14 cm, while within deciduous tree sector – in purchase prices of birch veneer logs of category A.


02.03.2018

SEB: Pulp industry among most productive industries in Estonia

Economic analyst at SEB Mihkel Nestor said that the productivity of Estonia's processing industry is more and more falling below the economy's average, but ironically, the pulp industry is one of the most productive industries in Estonia.

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