Canadian paper and paperboard 15 annual production decreased by more than 50%

Canada is one of the world's major paper producers. In 2015, Canada's paper and paperboard production fell to 10.26 million tons, down 7.4%. Compared with 2000, the output in 2015 decreased by 10.5 million tons, a decrease of 50.7%. Paper, especially the proportion of printing paper production is significantly greater than the cardboard production, paper production in Canada is characterized by. In Canada, the highest paper production in 2000, paper production was 16.72 million tons, the cardboard is only 4.05 million tons, accounting for 80.5% of the total output and 19.5%. From 1999 to 2004, the Canadian paper production were more than 16 million tons in 2007, reduced to 14 million tons in 2013, only 8.59 million tons, accounting for paper and cardboard production of 77%. In 2015, the Canadian printing paper and newsprint production was 6.54 million tons, down 10%; packaging paper and paperboard production 302 million tons, down 3%. Over the years, Canada has been the world's newsprint producer. In 1999 and 2000, newsprint production in Canada was more than 900 million tons, from 2001 to 2004 dropped to 800 million tons in 2013, newsprint production in Canada fell to 3.97 million tons in 2015 to 3.52 million tons, down 12.4% . & Lt; / RTI & gt; Canada is also a major exporter of newsprint, in 2015 the export volume of 3.52 million tons, down 14%. In terms of relative yields, paper and paperboard consumption in Canada is much smaller. In 2001, paper and paperboard consumption in Canada was 8 million tonnes, down from 7.5 million tonnes in 2005 to 5.72 million tonnes in 2014, ranking 16th in the world. 2013 and 2014, Canada's per capita consumption of paper and cardboard were 169.4 kg and 164.3 kg, ranked 15th in the world. Canada is one of the world's largest paper exporters. Canada's exports of paper and paperboard were 7.62 million tonnes in 2015, the fifth largest paper and paperboard exporter in the world after Germany, the United States, Finland and Sweden. Canada is also the world's major pulp producer. In 2015, Canada's pulp production was 17 million tons, up 2.5%, second only to the United States and Brazil, ranking third in the world. Canada's pulp exports in 2015 were 9.4 million tonnes, the world's second largest pulp exporting country after Brazil