Reporting Global Wood Prices Since 1988.

Wood Resources International LLC (WRI) is now a ResourceWise company.

As part of the transition to ResourceWise, this website (woodprices.com) has transitioned to resourcewise.com and will be phased out soon.


Update 12/28/2022

Exciting News!

Through the ResourceWise acquisition, we have upgraded Wood Resource Quarterly (WRQ) to an online, interactive business analytics platform. WRQ is now WoodMarket Prices

Next steps:

  • If you have a WRQ subscription, you can request login credentials by emailing support at wmp@resourcewise.com to get instant access.

Hakan Ekstrom, the long-time owner of Wood Resources International, is now the Director of ResourceWise’s  International Forest Products Sector practice. He will produce WoodMarket Prices and lead strategic consulting projects for global forest products.

Current Subscriptions & PDFs

Through February 2023, your current login credentials will continue to work at https://woodprices.com/login-2/. You can still access the PDF versions of pre-2023 Wood Resource Quarterly issues until that time. After February, all Wood Resource Quarterly subscriptions will transition to the new platform.

Learn more about Wood Resources International.

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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

The Latest Blog Article

Higher log demand from sawmills in Europe and North America moved the GSPI Sawlog Price Index to a seven-year high

Softwood sawlog prices have gone up in 21 of 22 regions worldwide in the past year, as tracked by the WRQ. By far, the most significant increases have occurred throughout Europe and British Columbia.  In...
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