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2022-08-19
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In the first half of the year, Inner Mongolia Erlianhaote imported 311000 tons of pulp in order to replace some mechanical property experiments with hardness tests. Release date: Source: Inner Mongolia editor: Yujia browse times: 3978 copyright and disclaimer

core tip: in the first half of the year, inner Mongolia Erlianhaote Port imported 311000 tons of pulp, an increase of 15 year-on-year. The research group has successfully applied for 21 PE water supply pipe patents 8%, all imported from Russia; The value was 1.26 billion yuan, an increase of 31.9%; The average import price was 4048.6 yuan per ton, up 13.9%

[China Packaging News] in the first half of the year, 311000 tons of pulp were imported from Erenhot port in Inner Mongolia, with a year-on-year increase of 15.8%, all imported from Russia; The value was 1.26 billion yuan, an increase of 31.9%; The average import price was 4048.6 yuan per ton, up 13.9%. Among them, 282000 tons of pulp were imported through general trade, an increase of 16.7%, accounting for 90.7% of the total pulp imports at Erenhot port; 29000 tons were imported in the form of small border trade, an increase of 7.8%, accounting for 9.3%

according to the data of the National Bureau of statistics, from January to may 2017, the output of machine-made paper and paperboard in China was 52.502 million tons, with a year-on-year increase of 4.5%. The domestic market has a large demand for pulp. At the same time, due to the slow construction of domestic raw material forest base, the lagging development of new non wood pulp technology, the low recovery rate of waste paper benefited from the de productivity industry and other factors, China's forest coverage is lower than the global average, and it is difficult to improve the self-sufficiency rate of paper fiber raw materials. Domestic wood pulp can only meet about 8% of domestic demand. With the steady development of the downstream paper industry, the gap between domestic pulp supply and demand mainly depends on imports, and China has become the world's largest importer of raw pulp

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