The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 8, Issue 8 (December 1, 1933)
New Export Market
New Export Market.
In an article entitled “The Outlook for Forests,” Mr. Arnold Hansson, B.A., states: “Canada and the United States have nowhere the timber volumes which certain classes of the community try to suggest. The present export of timber from these countries will have ceased five years from now, and the countries themselves will be in a very unenviable position as regards soft wood supplies.”
Many New Zealanders are astonished to learn that U.S.A. imports approximately £127,000,000 worth of pulp, paper and pulp wood per annum. There is a large export market awaiting the products of the forests established by N.Z. Perpetual Forests Ltd.*