U.S. Printing-Writing Paper pments Increased in November

U.S. Printing-writing Paper Shipments Declined in October

U.S. Printing -writing Paper Shipments Declined in October

U.S. Printing-Writing Paper pments Increased in NovemberAccording to the AF&PA, U.S. total printing-writing paper shipments decreased 4% in October compared to October 2021. Purchases of total printing-writing papers increased 6% in October compared to the same month last year. U.S. total printing-writing paper inventory levels increased 1% when compared to September 2022.

Some other highlights include:

  • U.S. Purchases of uncoated free sheet (UFS) papers in October increased 7% compared to last October, while the inventory level increased 1% compared to September 2022. UFS imports increased 41% while exports decreased 12% in September 2022.
  • Coated free sheet (CFS) paper shipments increased 1% compared to October 2021 while the inventory level decreased 4% compared to September 2022. CFS imports and exports both increased compared to September 2021, up 62% and 16% respectively.
  • U.S. purchases of coated mechanical (CM) papers in October remained essentially flat (−0.1%) compared to last October while the inventory level increased 3% compared to September 2022. CM imports increased 31% while exports decreased 12% in September 2022.
  • Uncoated mechanical (UM) paper shipments decreased 22% compared to October 2021 while the inventory level increased 33% compared to September 2022. UM imports and exports both decreased compared to September 2021, down 11% and 38% respectively.

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