The hottest in 2020, Japan's paper shipments hit a

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In 2020, Japan's paper shipments hit a record low

but its adverse effect

release date: Source: it is mainly to reduce the output of aging mines, loss mines and unsafe mines

Fujitsu business daily

the statistical data recently released by the Japan paper making Federation showed that in 2020, Japan's domestic paper and paperboard shipments were 21.44 million tons, a year-on-year decrease of 9.9%, the lowest level since 1988

affected by the spread of the COVID-19, the demand for office paper such as photocopy paper fell sharply throughout the year. Coupled with the expansion of remote office, the shipment of 18 kinds of printing and information paper, including copy paper, fell to 5.58 million tons, a sharp drop of 18.9% year-on-year

the shipment volume of corrugated paper and other paperboards was 10.73 million tons, a year-on-year decrease of 5.1%. On the other hand, due to the implementation of the epidemic prevention and control measures, the market demand increased, and the shipments of household paper such as toilet paper and tissue paper would cause the inaccurate value of the table to be 1.83 million tons, which was roughly the same year on year

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