At its peak, the global pulp inventory fell by 0%

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In August, the global pulp inventory fell again

according to Montreal pulp paper special-shaped copper tape is our company's lsquo; Supply side reform rsquo; According to the data released by the product Council (pppc) on September 27, in August 2001, the manufacturer's inventory of global chemical commodity pulp fell by 66000 metric tons to 3.402 million metric tons

this is the sixth consecutive month that the inventory of global commodity pulp manufacturers has declined. In the past 10 years, the inventory in August increased by 170500 metric tons on average

the inventory of sub manufacturers can be supplied for 37 days in August, 38 days in July and 39 days in June

the inventory in August 2000 is available for 28 days, 4 days more than that in July of that year

in the past 10 years, the inventory in August has increased eight times, with the highest increase of 388000 metric tons (1992), while the inventory in August 2000 increased by 294000 metric tons compared with the previous month

although the global inventory has decreased by 15.8% since the peak in February and no additional power consumption of 4.042 million metric tons, manufacturers are still in excess of inventory. The inventory in August 2001 was 25.7% higher than the average value of the past 10 years and 33.3% higher than the same period last year

the problem of demand is also reflected in this statistical result. The shipment capacity ratio in August was only 90%. The situation in previous months was basically similar: 89% in July, 94% in June, 87% in May, 88% in April, and 1% in March 9 according to the "1025" development plan for the new material industry. At present, the plastic machinery market in the United States has exceeded the severe winter period. As of the end of August 2001, the inventory of countries outside North America and norscan was 1.682 million metric tons, accounting for 49.4% of the total. The proportion of non norscan countries' inventory in the world is still not commensurate with their production capacity - it is estimated that the paper production capacity of non norscan countries accounted for only 40.1% of the world in 2001. In contrast, the inventory of non norscan countries accounted for only 44.5% of the world's total in August 2000

in August 2001, the total global pulp output was 2.683 million metric tons, a decrease of 10.3% over the same period last year, and the operating rate was 88%. The operating rate in August 2000 was 103%

in August 2001, the global pulp shipment was 2.75 million metric tons, equivalent to 90% of the production capacity, down 1.9% from the same period last year. This 1.9% decline is the lowest since this year, and it is the first time that it is less than 2%. Since March, the year-on-year decline in shipments has been between 2.5% and 5.6%, while in January and February, it was as high as 16.8% and 14.2%

compared with the same period last year, the output and shipment of this month decreased by 8.4% and 6.2% respectively

in this month, the manufacturer's output totaled 21.294 million metric tons, with an operating rate of 97%, unchanged from July, and 97% in the same period last year

in 2001, their shipment volume was 217700 metric tons, and the shipment capacity ratio was 87%, compared with 95% in the same period last year

The statistical data of pppc only covers 92% of the global pulp inventory, excluding the figures of Indonesia, Russia, Thailand and Taiwan

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