Analysis on the development of the hottest Nordic

2022-08-09
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Analysis of the development of Nordic paper industry

the annual per capita consumption of paper and paperboard in Finland is 321 kg, only less than 337 kg in the United States, ranking second in the world. Sweden is 267 kg, less than Belgium, which ranks third in the world, and ranks fourth. Norway also ranks 11th with 176kg. For another example, in 1999, the pulp output of Finland reached 11.6 million tons, only less than that of the United States, Canada and China. It is the fourth largest pulp producer in the world. In the same year, the pulp output of Sweden was 10.7 million tons, ranking sixth, and that of Norway was 2.35 million tons, ranking 12th. The output of paper and paperboard in Finland and Sweden was 13million tons and 10.1 million tons respectively in 1999, ranking sixth and seventh in the world

the output of paper and paperboard in Finland in 2000 was 13.51 million tons, an increase of 4.3% over the previous year's 12.95 million tons. The output of paper products increased from 10.32 million tons in 1999 to 10.76 million tons in 2000, with a growth rate of 4.2%. Among them, 8.35 million tons of printing and note taking paper, an increase of 6.7% (1.98 million tons of intermediate and lower level paper, 1.56 million tons of high-grade paper, 3.37 million tons of intermediate coating paper, 1.45 million tons of high-grade coating paper), 1.39 million tons of paper, a decrease of 6.4% over the previous year, and 1.01 million tons of packaging and other paper, an increase of 0.9%. The output of paperboard increased from 2.62 million tons in 1999 to 2.75 million tons in 2000, with a growth rate of 4.9%

the output of paper and paperboard in Sweden in 2000 was 10.79 million tons, an increase of 7.1% over 1999. Among them, 6.76 million tons of paper products and 4.03 million tons of paperboard. Among the paper products, printing and notebook paper were the most, with 2.84 million tons, an increase of 8.3% over 2.62 million tons in 1999 (1.08 million tons of high-grade paper, 610000 tons of middle and lower grade paper, 620000 tons of high-grade coating paper, 540000 tons of intermediate coating paper); 2.54 million tons of paper were used, an increase of 1.4%; Packaging paper was 1.06 million tons, an increase of 6.1% over the previous year's 1million tons; 310000 tons of toilet paper, an increase of 6, only 1/4.1% of the weight of ordinary cement poles. The corrugated board in the paperboard was 2.1 million tons, an increase of 3.1% over 2.04 million tons in 1999; 1.8 million tons of paper and paperboard were used for paper products, up 21.4% from 1.48 million tons last year, which reached the goal of controlling the movement of beams

compared with Finland and Sweden, Norwegian paper production is much worse, but the annual output of paper and paperboard is also more than 2 million tons (2.3 million tons in 1998), and the output of pulp is also more than 2 million tons (2.42 million tons in 1998)

there are 43 paper and paperboard production enterprises in Finland, with a total production capacity of 13.72 million tons. There are 45 pulp production enterprises, with a total production capacity of 13.24 million tons (all figures in 1998). The average production capacity of each enterprise is 320000 tons for paper and paperboard enterprises and 290000 tons for pulp enterprises. There are 50 paper and paperboard production enterprises in Sweden, with a total production capacity of 10.73 million tons, with an average of 215000 tons per enterprise. The 46 pulp enterprises in Sweden have a total capacity of 11.48 million tons, with an average of 250000 tons each. The average production capacity of Norwegian paper and paperboard enterprises is 180000 tons, and that of pulp enterprises is 220000 tons. The production capacity of paper enterprises in the Nordic countries is larger than that in other regions. For example, the average production capacity of paper and paperboard production enterprises in North America is 182000 tons, that in Oceania is 135000 tons, that in Europe is 78000 tons, that in central and South America is 44000 tons, that in Africa is 38000 tons, that in Asia is 17000 tons, and that in the world is 39500 tons, all smaller than those in northern Europe. From the perspective of pulp production capacity, the world average production capacity of each enterprise is 36000 tons, including 9000 tons in Asia and 180000 tons in Europe. Serving the development needs of the new material industry in our province, 34000 tons are in central and South America, 384000 tons in North America and 140000 tons in Africa. 165000 tons in Oceania. The average production capacity of the Nordic countries is larger than that of other regions except that it is smaller than that of North America (because the United States and Canada in North America are the two largest pulp producers in the world)

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