Lumber Connection

This SBCA podcast focuses on the latest trends in North American lumber markets. Each week, experts in the lumber industry will provide insight into the latest trends and provide timely commentary on the many factors impacting the supply and demand of the lumber used in structural components. Their commentary and analysis will be focused on the lumber species and grades most commonly used in the component manufacturing industry and will provide information you may find helpful in making your next lumber purchase.

We hope you enjoy this podcast. We welcome your feedback and encourage you to submit your questions regarding the lumber market. Our guests will attempt to answer your questions in subsequent podcasts.

Disclaimer: The Mission Statement of SBCA includes providing SBCA members with knowledge to enable them to operate successful companies offering competitive advantages where applicable. SBCA believes supply chain information is exactly the type of information that SBCA should therefore be providing its membership. The information and discussion in this podcast is not intended to reduce competition among existing firms or to prevent new firms from entering the supply of materials to the component manufacturing industry. Information presented here is furthermore for discussion and illustrative purposes only and is neither a recommendation nor an offer to buy and sell any commodities. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast by speakers are their own as of the time of the recording and do not reflect the views, opinions, policies, recommendations, or position of SBCA. Any such views are subject to change at any time, based upon market or other conditions, and SBCA disclaims any responsibility to update such views. These views should not be relied on to make purchasing decisions. Neither SBCA nor the speakers are to be held responsible for any direct or incidental loss incurred by applying any of the information included in this podcast.

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In the short-term, supply will outstrip demand until the spring buy season starts, which means now is a very safe time to get a good deal.

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After a bit of a slow start to 2023, buyers are back in the market and sharing that business is ramping up.

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Buyers are cautiously re-entering the market as the year starts, following a four-weeks off, two-weeks on buying pattern.

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This special edition is taken from the live recording of the Lumber Connection podcast at BCMC in Columbus, Ohio, on September 14. Larry, Ken and...

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With some uncertainty heading into the start of 2023, lumber market activity has softened, though it has remained active.

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Both guests agreed that as the market heads into December it will continue to soften, which will create more opportunities for buyers to find deals. 

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Supply continues to remain strong against demand, but lumber curtailments will likely kick in soon which may have a slight impact.

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With a mill strike at an end, there is an expectation there will eventually be more western SPF available in the market.

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Justin reports SYP visual grades appear to be leveling off again, but MSR continues to be tight due to seasonality, contracted volume, and...

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This special edition is taken from the live recording of the Lumber Connection podcast at BCMC in Columbus, Ohio, on September 14. Ken and Justin...

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Justin Binning and Ken Timmins provide their perspectives on their experience at BCMC in Columbus, Ohio. Both guests agree the market is very stable...

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The guests agree that while demand continues to be strong, supply is slightly outpacing it leading to a relatively steady market. 

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