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Indonesia’s Wood Product Production in 2021, Woodchips Ranks First

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Indonesia produced 48.03 million m3 of processed wood in 2021. An increase of 3.35% when compared to production in 2020 which was 46.47 million m3.

Indonesian processed wood products are dominated by woodchips, followed by plywood and woodworking.

Based on data from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Monday, January 17, 2021, Indonesia’s processed wood production has continued to increase over the last 5 years.

In 2017, processed wood production was recorded at 38.86 million m3. Then the production of processed wood penetrated 40.02 million m3 and 40.08 million m3 in 2018 and 2019.

Processed wood production then increased in 2020 to 46.47 million m3 and then to 48.03 million m3 in 2021.

For 2021, the type of processed wood product that is most widely produced is wood chips. As much as 82.65% or 39.69 million m3 of processed wood production in 2021 is woodchips.

Followed by plywood and LVL (laminated vinyl lumber) with a production of 4.21 million m3 (8.79%), and sawn wood of 2.257 million m3 (4.7%).

Processed wood production is spread across a number of provinces in Indonesia. However, the largest production center is in Riau where 23.1 million m3 of processed wood or 48.27% is produced there.

The next production centers are South Sumatra with production of 10.4 million m3 of processed wood (21.84%), Jambi with production of 3.7 million m3 (7.86%), and East Java with production of 3.01 million m3 (6, 26%). ***

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