Forestry


Reports


Forestry Market Report

The monthly Forestry Market report provides in-depth coverage and analysis of New Zealand’s forestry markets. 

The report covers:

  • Domestic and export log markets 
  • Drivers of price changes 
  • Updates on New Zealand’s major markets around the world for logs, lumber, panels and other exports.

View a sample report

Single user annual price: $676.20 incl GST

For multi user subscriptions please contact us at info@agrihq.co.nz or on 0800 85 25 80.

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Forestry Market Report + Log Price Indicator

The Log Price Indicator provides an overview of log price trends in New Zealand, the North Island and the South Island, condensed into a weighted average indicator for pruned, unpruned and pulp log types. It also contains a separate domestic and export indicator for ease of comparison between the two markets for New Zealand logs.

Alongside the Forestry Market report, this bundle offers an in-depth analysis and key information on the forestry sector. 


Single user annual price: $1297.20 incl GST

For multi user subscriptions please contact us at info@agrihq.co.nz or on 06 323 1510

Forestry Market Report + Log Price Report

Add the Log Price Report to your Forestry Market Report for a more comprehensive view of what's happening in forestry markets.

The log price report provides extensive coverage on New Zealand log prices. It reports on a range of eight domestic log grades and five export log grades. Prices are provided for eight regions around New Zealand in $/tonne and $/m³, as well as providing weighted averages. Indicative harvesting costs are also provided.

Click here to view a sample of the Log Price report. 

Single user annual price: $1366.20 incl GST.

For multi user subscriptions please contact us at info@agrihq.co.nz or on 06 323 1510

Forestry Market Report + Log Price Indicator + Log Price Report

If you've got a serious financial interest in Forestry markets - this is the package for you.

This subscription includes: 

Forestry Market report

The monthly Forestry Market report provides in-depth coverage and analysis of New Zealand’s forestry markets including coverage on domestic and export log markets, drivers of price changes and updates on New Zealand’s major markets around the world for logs, lumber, panels and other exports.

Click here to view a sample of the Forestry Market Report

Log Price Indicator

This report provides an overview of log price trends in New Zealand, the North Island and the South Island, condensed into a weighted average indicator for pruned, unpruned and pulp log types. It also contains a separate domestic and export indicator for ease of comparison between the two markets for New Zealand logs.

Click here to view a sample of the Log Price Indicator

Log Price report

The log price report has comprehensive coverage of New Zealand log prices. It covers ranges for eight domestic log grades and five export log grades. Prices are provided for eight regions around New Zealand in $/tonne and $/m³, as well as providing weighted averages. Indicative harvesting costs are also provided.

Click here to view a sample of the Log Price Report


Single user annual price: $1987.20 incl GST.

For multi user subscriptions please contact us at info@agrihq.co.nz or on 06 323 1510

Log Price Database Update

The log price database update is a monthly report containing the current price in NZ$ per tonne of each of the eleven log grades for each of the four regions, each island and for New Zealand. The report also contains log prices for each island and New Zealand in $NZ/m3.

Click here to view a sample report.

Single subscription annual price: $1173.00 incl GST.

on pulse


Foreign forest investment welcome

The forestry sector will have unique access to overseas investment to boost the Government’s tree planting programme and encourage domestic processing.

Scion forestry innovation bearing fruit

Scion, the forestry crown research institute, is reinventing the toilet, turning rubber into roads, and has created a new version of Zespri’s spoon-knife as it seeks to increase the value and productivity of the forestry sector.

Super Fund likes logs

The New Zealand Superannuation Fund says it is upbeat about the outlook for logs from Kaingaroa Timberlands after the company that owns the nation’s largest contiguous forest lifted annual sales by a third and profit by 79%.

Air NZ wants to pay for trees

Air New Zealand wants to set up a scheme to give money to landowners to plant trees in exchange for the carbon benefits created.

Low dollar balances log weakness

Log exporters have welcomed a lower New Zealand dollar neutralising any weakness in export prices over the last month.