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AFRY Long-Term Outlook: World Fibre Outlook up to 2035

Product information

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AFRY’s new World Fibre Outlook up to 2035 edition features online access to all data and graphics.

The study provides an in-depth analysis and long-term forecasts of major economic and market trends affecting the demand, supply and pricing of papermaking fibre and specialty pulps in all key regions of the world. The first-ever issue of this series of studies was published in 1985, and since then, the study has become an industry standard and an eagerly anticipated reference report for all business participants, including pulp and paper companies, various suppliers and solution providers, investors, financiers, institutions, pulp traders, logistic companies and other interest groups.

 

World Fibre Outlook insights
How it works Arrow pointing right

In addition to the report, data and charts will be available and visualised via a browser-based online platform.

Users can independently decide on the required level of detail. This allows for alternatives and flexibility to download data behind the report charts. A ‘free browse’ option enables you to merge data across regions or grades. Annual data and forecast updates will be available through the online platform as well. Overall, this lets you combine, visualise and download the most recent data as per your needs.

In addition to the full PDF report, we are offering digital access for one or three years. The first option includes digital data tool access for up to 10 users for 12 months, which can also be customised to include additional users. The second option also includes data and forecasts for subsequent two years, updated in the fourth quarter of 2022 and 2023.

We would be delighted to schedule a demo of the digital tool upon request.

 

Data visualistation
Features and benefits Arrow pointing right

AFRY’s World Fibre Outlook report enables you to access consistent forecasts across grades and regions.

Data on production and consumption of total papermaking fibre, including market pulp and specialty pulps by grade, and implications for future net trade. Data will be available for over 80 countries or country groups, providing consistent insights into future global pulp and recovered paper markets.

Analysis and synthesis
  • Driving forces of papermaking fibre and specialty pulp industry including furnish development
  • Global fibre baskets: current resources and emerging fibre sources
  • Papermaking fibre and specialty pulp demand trends to 2035
  • End use development
  • Production trends & growth
  • Trade flows & net trade
  • Pulp industry structure
Product areas
  • Paper grade wood pulps
    • Mechanical pulps incl. CTMP
    • Semi-chemical pulp
    • Chemical wood pulps: BSKP, BHKP, UKP, sulphite
  • Non-wood pulps
    • Cotton linters, bagasse, bamboo, straw, etc.
  • Recovered paper
    • ONP/Mags, OCC, high grades and mixed paper
    • RCP pulp
  • Specialty pulps
    • Dissolving pulp
    • Fluff pulp

Geographic coverage 
  • Global, by region and main country
  • Approx. 80 countries or country groups

Deliverables
  • Executive report covering all main grades globally by region
  • Personal visualisations and drill down ability via web platform
  • Statistical annexes accessible and downloadable via the web platform

 

Brochure Arrow pointing right

AFRY Long-Term Outlook - World Fibre Outlook up to 2035 brochure

Tomi Amberla
Director, AFRY Management Consulting

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Salla-Mari Järvinen
Consultant

AFRY is committed to protecting your privacy and keeping your personal data secure. We process personal data in accordance with the applicable laws, regulations and our privacy policy.