Continuous reduction in Japanese A4 A4 paper and paperboard
Continuous reduction in Japanese A4 A4 paper and paperboard amount listed
Statistics made in Japan Federation of A4 paper recently released data show that in May of this year, Japan's A4 A4 paper and paperboard domestic market volume fell 3.1 percent for two consecutive months reduced. Among them, A4 paper listing the amount of 1.139 million tons, down 4.6%; A4 cardboard amount listed 881,000 tons, down 1.1%. Although the reduction in the amplitude due to different varieties vary, but in general are subject to the excise tax increase rebound after the impact of reduced demand.
May, Japanese A4 paper and A4 export 80,000 tons of cardboard, down 1.4%, for the first time since August 2012 after a lapse of 21 months after the reduction of. Among them, A4 paper export 64,000 tons, down 12 percent to East Asia and Southeast Asia as the center of the export market for two consecutive months reduced. In stark contrast, A4 cardboard export 16,000 tons, an increase of 85.6% to the export market in Southeast Asia as the center of 19 months of continuous growth.
May, Japanese A4 paper and cardboard A4 inventory 1.968 million tons at the end of last month increased 138,000 tons, an increase for two consecutive months. Among them, A4 paper 1.36 million tons, an increase of 104,000 tons, A4 paper to print information, health A4 paper, A4 paper-based news A4 paper increased for two consecutive months; A4 cardboard 608,000 tons, an increase of 34,000 tons reduce to corrugated cardboard A4 A4-based paperboard into last month's increase.