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FORE07: Production of wood, 1000 cubic metres or 1000 tonnes by reporting country, product, unit and time

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Production: The solid volume or weight of all production of the products specified. It includes the production of products that may immediately be consumed in the production of another product (e.g. wood pulp, which may immediately be converted into paper as part of a continuous process). Data includes production from all sources within the country, including public, private, and informal sources. It excludes the production of veneer sheets that are used for plywood production within the same country. It is reported in cubic meters of solid volume in the case of round wood, sawn wood and wood-based panels. It is reported in metric tonnes for pulp and paper products. Aggregates may include official, semi-official, estimated, or calculated data.

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Industrial roundwood, thousand cubic metres

All roundwood felled or otherwise harvested and removed from forests and from trees outside the forest, including wood recovered from natural felling and logging losses during the period, calendar year, or forest year. In production statistics, it is an aggregate comprising saw logs and veneer logs, pulpwood, round and split, and other industrial roundwood but excludes wood used for fuel. It is reported in cubic meters solid volume underbark (i.e. excluding bark).

Saw logs and veneer logs, thousand cubic metres

Roundwood that will be sawn (or chipped) lengthways for the manufacture of sawn wood or railway sleepers (ties) or used for the production of veneer (mainly by peeling or slicing). It includes roundwood (whether or not it is roughly squared) that will be used for these purposes, shingle bolts and stave bolts, match billets and other special types of roundwood (e.g. burls and roots, etc.) used for veneer production. It is reported in cubic meters solid volume underbark (i.e. excluding bark).

Wood based panels, thousand cubic metres

This product category is an aggregate comprising veneer sheets, plywood, particle board, and fibreboard. It is reported in cubic meters solid volume.

Paper and paperboard, thousand tonnes

The paper and paperboard category is an aggregate category. In the production and trade statistics, it represents the sum of graphic papers, sanitary and household papers, packaging materials and other paper and paperboard. It excludes manufactured paper products such as boxes, cartons, books and magazines, etc. It is reported in metric tonnes.

Wood pulp, thousand tonnes

Fibrous material prepared from pulpwood, wood chips, particles or residues by mechanical and/or chemical process for further manufacture into paper, paperboard, fibreboard or other cellulose products. It is an aggregate comprising mechanical wood pulp, semi-chemical wood pulp, chemical wood pulp and dissolving wood pulp. It is reported in metric tonnes air-dry weight (i.e. with 10% moisture content).