sep 8, 2016 . treated wood is also used in almost 90% of decks because of their low cost and additional benefits such as durability and longer life span. currently, north america dominates the global timber decking market by accounting for almost 39% of the overall market share. the increased demand for new.
apr 11, 2017 . by meg calkins, fasla from the april 2017 issue of landscape architecture magazine the past decade has brought an explosion in the use of tropical hardwood decking and furnishings in public, institutional, and commercial landscapes. whereas wood decking was once largely the.
feb 14, 2015 . wood plastic composite decking spanish market 2015. as we forecasted two years ago, the spanish wpc decking market has shown significant growth for the period …
the potential market prospects for tropical hardwoods in europe cannot be considered in isolation from other timber products and non-wood substitutes. many of the companies contacted . these include the expansion of the internal flooring market and the development of the external decking market. the development of.
mar 31, 2015 . the european market for decking, both in general and for tropical hardwood, recovered a little in 2014, after a sluggish performance in 2013. indonesian bangkirai decking, in particular, regained market share last year, due primarily to its competitive pricing. prices for bangkirai decking in indonesia had.
the us market of landscape design is $140 b per year. increasing green and sustainability awareness, and the ban on chemically treated wood for general use in the eu in 2004, as well as the 2005 u.s. ban on its use for children's playground equipment and waterfront area decks are leading to additional turnover.
the increasing application of wood-based panels in the manufacture of sidings, flooring decking, and windows doors in the construction segment are expected to . the european market for wood-based panels has shown tremendous profitability on account of increased consumption in application segments such as.
jun 20, 2017 . there are several innovative products in the market that substitute regular timber products. although these may pose a threat to certain products (such as decking), tropical timber is still needed for various other purposes. nevertheless, this development means that existing tropical hardwood exporters have.