Wood Resources International

Reporting Global Wood Prices Since 1988

Worldwide Wood Prices, Trade and Market Developments

Established in 1987, Wood Resources International LLC (WRI), a ResourceWise company, is an internationally recognized forest industry consulting firm that specializes in:

  • Evaluations of global forest resources
  • Wood raw-material markets (logs, wood chips and biomass)
  • Forest products trade
  • Wood costs outlook
  • Forest industry developments

In addition to consulting work, our company has tracked global wood prices through two wood market price reports, updated quarterly since the 1980's.

WRI publishes a quarterly market report, Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ), focusing on the global wood market. The WRQ was established in 1988 and has subscribers in more than 30 countries. It covers most of the major regions that consume sawlogs, pulpwood and wood chips worldwide. The report also covers the latest market and trade developments in timber, pulp, lumber and biomass markets, including North America, Asia, Europe, South America and Oceania.


Sawlog prices, wood fiber prices and market information from all major regions of the world, and more! 

Wood Resource Quarterly

WRI specializes in evaluations of global wood raw-material markets (logs, wood chips and biomass), forest products trade, wood costs outlook, and forest industry developments.


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Benefits of Subscribing to the WRQ

Track the latest prices for sawlogs and pulpwood worldwide

Monitor global trade of lumber, logs, wood chips and pellets

Evaluate the competitiveness of sawmills and pulpmills around the world

Assess quarterly wood raw-material price trends for the past 30 years

Follow wood prices in North America, Europe, Latin America, Oceania and Asia

Read about developments in the international forest industry

Receive reliable wood chip and pulplog prices in US dollars and local currencies

The WRQ is the only publication reporting global wood raw-material prices

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