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2022-09-21
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2019 global paper industry development report

release date: Source: China paper media

under the background of the continuous decline of the global economy and the intensification of trade tensions, the global paper industry showed a rare trend of overall decline in major production and trade indicators in 2019. Pulp production ended the growth momentum of five consecutive years, waste paper recycling and paper and paperboard production fell for the second consecutive year, and waste paper trade fell for three consecutive years, The trade in paper and paperboard fell for the first time in nearly four years, and the trade in pulp fell for the first time in nearly a decade. The sustainable development of the global paper industry is facing great challenges

in 2019, the global economy continued to decline, with GDP growth of 2.5%, 0.6 percentage points lower than that in 2019. Under the influence of unilateralism and protectionism, the escalation of trade frictions, brexit and many adverse factors, the global trade volume fell by 3%. Under the above macroeconomic background, the global pulp production fell by 1.2% in 2019, ending the growth momentum for five consecutive years; The recovery of waste paper decreased by 0.5% and the output of paper and paperboard decreased by 1%, both of which were the decline for the second consecutive year. The global paper trade volume fell in an all-round way, of which the export volume of paper and paperboard fell by 2.5%, the first decline in recent four years; The export volume of pulp fell by 0.1%, the first decline in the past decade; The export volume of waste paper fell by 10.5%, which was a decline for three consecutive years, and the decline rate was significantly higher than that of the previous two years. On the whole, the production and trade of the global paper industry in 2019 and the major indicators of the environmental protection cloth bag project, which has been vigorously promoted since 2017, showed a downward trend, which is a weak situation that has not been seen in recent decades, and the sustainable development of the global paper industry is facing great challenges

1 pulp

1.1 pulp production

in 2019, the global pulp output was 193.305 million tons, a decrease of 1.2% over 2018. Among them, Asian pulp production was 45.478 million tons, an increase of 1.4%, which is the only positive growth region in all continents; Latin America was 29.238 million tons, down 4.7%, which was the region with the largest decline; 67.191 million tons in North America, 46.966 million tons in Europe, 2.987 million tons in Oceania and 1.445 million tons in Africa, all down from 2018. The five countries with the largest pulp output are the United States (50.956 million tons), Brazil (19.755 million tons), China (18.927 million tons), Canada (16.235 million tons) and Finland (11.6 million tons). Other countries with larger output include Sweden, Indonesia, Japan, Russia and India. The total output of the above 10 countries decreased by 1.4%

1.2 pulp trade

in 2019, the global pulp export trade volume was 61.416 million tons, a decrease of 0.1% over 2018. Latin America, North America and Oceania are the net export regions of pulp, among which the net export volume of pulp in Latin America is 19.969 million tons, 10.197 million tons in North America and 500000 tons in Oceania. The disadvantages of such models in Asia and Africa will show that Europe and Africa are net importers of pulp. Among them, the net import volume of Asia is 28.362 million tons, that of Europe is 1.394 million tons, and that of Africa is 640000 tons. The five countries with the largest import volume of pulp are China (29.272 million tons), the United States (5.31 million tons), Germany (4.249 million tons), Italy (3.676 million tons), South Korea (2.295 million tons). Other countries with large import volume include France, Japan, the Netherlands, Turkey, Poland, etc. the total import volume of the above 10 countries with a price of 899 euros decreased by 6.8%. The five countries with the largest export volume of pulp are Brazil (14.306 million tons), Canada (9.05 million tons), the United States (6.866 million tons), Chile (4.594 million tons) and Finland (4.274 million tons). Other countries with large export volume are Indonesia, Sweden, Uruguay, Russia and the Netherlands. The total export volume of the above 10 countries is the same as that of 2018

2 waste paper recycling

2.1 waste paper recycling

the global waste paper recycling volume in 2019 was 228.268 million tons, a decrease of 0.5% over 2018. Among them, waste paper recycling in Asia, Europe and Africa has increased. The recycling volume of waste paper in Asia was 101.646 million tons, an increase of 2.%; 61.278 million tons in Europe, an increase of 1%; Africa 2.228 million tons, an increase of 0.8%. The decline in waste paper recycling mainly came from North America and Latin America, of which 47.233 million tons were recycled in North America, a decrease of 6.4%; The fixed position of the sign is incorrect, uneven, unstable, and inclined, with 12.446 million tons in Latin America, a decrease of 4.3%; Oceania 3.437 million tons, down 4.8%. The five countries with the largest amount of waste paper recycling are China (56.061 million tons), the United States (44.533 million tons), Japan (19.069 million tons), Germany (14.752 million tons) and South Korea (8.162 million tons). Other countries with large amount of waste paper recycling are Britain, France, Spain, Italy and Brazil, and the total recycling of the above 10 countries decreased by 1.1%

2.2 waste paper trade

the global waste paper export trade volume in 2019 was 5.016 million tons, a decrease of 10.5% over 2018. Among them, Africa, North America, Europe and Oceania are the net export regions of waste paper, with a net export volume of 180000 tons in Africa, 15.988 million tons in North America, 6.437 million tons in Europe and 1.374 million tons in Oceania. Latin America and Asia are net importers of waste paper, among which the net import volume of Asia is 22.837 million tons and that of Latin America is 1.143 million tons. The five countries with the largest import volume of waste paper are China (12.248 million tons), India (6.781 million tons), Germany (4.758 million tons), Indonesia (3.305 million tons) and the Netherlands (2.612 million tons). Other countries with large import volume include Vietnam, Thailand, Mexico, Austria and South Korea. The total import volume of the above 10 countries decreased by 11.5%. The five countries with the largest export volume of waste paper are the United States (15.921 million tons), Britain (4.183 million tons), Japan (3.037 million tons), the Netherlands (2.493 million tons) and France (2.348 million tons). Other countries with large export volume include Germany, Italy, Canada, Belgium and Australia, and the total export volume of the above 10 countries decreased by 14.2%

3 paper and paperboard

3.1 paper and paperboard production

in 2019, the global paper and paperboard output was 404.05 million tons, a decrease of 1% over 2018. Among them, the output of paper and paperboard in Asia was 194.283 million tons, an increase of 1.4%, which was the only region to achieve growth; Latin America 22.294 million tons, down 1 percent; 102.84 million tons in Europe, down 3%; Africa 2.9 million tons, down 5 percent; 77.63 million tons in North America, down 4.2 percent; Oceania was 3.951 million tons, down 0.3%. The five countries with the largest output of paper and paperboard are China (111.7 million tons), the United States (68.157 million tons), Japan (25.376 million tons), Germany (22.073 million tons) and India (17.284 million tons). Other countries with large output include Indonesia, South Korea, Brazil, Finland and Sweden. The total output of the above 10 countries decreased by 0.7%

3.2 trade in paper and paperboard

the global export trade volume of paper and paperboard was 113.318 million tons in 2019, a decrease of 2.3% over 2018. North America and Europe are the net export regions of paper and paperboard, of which the net export volume of North America is 5.857 million tons and that of Europe is 13.46 million tons. Africa, Latin America, Asia and Oceania are net importers of paper and paperboard, of which 4.78 million tons are imported from Africa, 6.464 million tons from Latin America, 7.98 million tons from Asia and 94000 tons from Oceania. The five countries with the largest import volume of paper and paperboard are Germany (9.635 million tons), the United States (9.019 million tons), China (7.791 million tons), Italy (5.308 million tons) and the United Kingdom (5.177 million tons). Other countries with large import volume include France, Poland, Mexico, Belgium and Spain. The total import volume of the above 10 countries decreased by 3.3%. The five countries with the largest export volume of paper and paperboard are Germany (13.529 million tons), the United States (10.592 million tons), Finland (9.313 million tons), Sweden (9.021 million tons) and China (6.726 million tons). Other countries with large export volume include Canada, Indonesia, Austria, France and Belgium. The total export volume of the above 10 countries fell by 3.9%

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