Rarely has there been as much uncertainty and volatility on the market for waste wood in Germany as there is right now. Some market participants say their planning horizon "barely stretches beyond today”. "It is extremely challenging and everyone is exceptionally nervous,” said one major processor, commenting on the market sentiment. "Nobody feels truly secure.” While the market was still relatively stable in May and June, it has now become increasingly dynamic owing to the intensifying gas crisis. The situation has "escalated at all levels since the beginning of July”. And even the resumption of a reduced flow of natural gas from Russia following pipeline maintenance has not changed this, EUWID was told....
Low arisings and energy crisis push waste wood prices in Germany higher
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