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JQ1|Primary Products|Produce

Country: Georgia Date: 22.05.2020 Country: Georgia
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FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE JQ1
Industrial Roundwood Balance
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Removals and Production E-mail: test for good numbers, missing number, bad number, negative number
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Product Product Unit 2018 2019 Product Product Unit 2018 2019 2018 2019 % change Conversion factors
Code Quantity Quantity Code Quantity Quantity Roundwood Industrial roundwood availability
McCusker 14/6/07: McCusker 14/6/07: minus 1.2.3 (other ind. RW) production
Missing data Missing data missing data m3 of wood in m3 or mt of product
REMOVALS OF ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) REMOVALS OF ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) Recovered wood used in particle board missing data missing data missing data Solid wood equivalent
1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub 554 585 1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub 0 0 Solid Wood Demand agglomerate production missing data missing data missing data 2.4
1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub 386 407 1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub 0 0 Sawnwood production 106 62 -42% 1
1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 78 80 1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub veneer production Missing data Missing data missing data 1
1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 308 327 1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub plywood production Missing data Missing data missing data 1
1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 169 178 1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 0 0 particle board production (incl OSB) missing data missing data missing data 1.58
1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 98 101 1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! fibreboard production missing data missing data missing data 1.8
1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 71 78 1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! mechanical/semi-chemical pulp production missing data missing data missing data 2.5
1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3ub 0 0 1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3ub chemical pulp production missing data missing data missing data 4.9
1.2.1 SAWLOGS AND VENEER LOGS 1000 m3ub 1.2.1 SAWLOGS AND VENEER LOGS 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! dissolving pulp production missing data missing data missing data 5.7
1.2.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub Availability Solid Wood Demand missing data missing data missing data
1.2.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub Difference (roundwood-demand) missing data missing data missing data positive = surplus
1.2.2 PULPWOOD, ROUND AND SPLIT (INCLUDING WOOD FOR PARTICLE BOARD, OSB AND FIBREBOARD) 1000 m3ub 1.2.2 PULPWOOD, ROUND AND SPLIT (INCLUDING WOOD FOR PARTICLE BOARD, OSB AND FIBREBOARD) 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! gap (demand/availability) missing data missing data Negative number means not enough roundwood available
1.2.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub Positive number means more roundwood available than demanded
1.2.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub
1.2.3 OTHER INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 1.2.3 OTHER INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
1.2.3.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.3.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub % of particle board that is from recovered wood 35%
1.2.3.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.3.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub share of agglomerates produced from industrial roundwood residues 100%
PRODUCTION PRODUCTION usable industrial roundwood - amount of roundwood that is used, remainder leaves industry 98.5%
2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt 2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt
3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 1000 m3 3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3 3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3
3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3 3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3
4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt 4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt
5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt 5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt 5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt
5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt 5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt
6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 106 62 6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
6.C Coniferous 1000 m3 6.C Coniferous 1000 m3
6.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 6.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3
6.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 6.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3
7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
7.C Coniferous 1000 m3 7.C Coniferous 1000 m3
7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3
7.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 7.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3
8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3 8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3
8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3
8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3
8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3
8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3
8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3 8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3
8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m3 8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m3
8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m3
9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt
9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt 9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt
9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt 9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt
9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt 9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt
9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt 9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt
10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt 10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt 10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt
10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt 10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt
11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt 11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt
12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt +++ +++ 12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt 12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt 12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt
12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt 12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt
12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt 12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt
12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt 12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt
12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt 10 12 12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt
12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt 23675.1* 39561.4* 12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt 12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt
12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt 12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt
12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt 12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt
12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt 12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt
12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt 12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt
m3ub = cubic metres underbark (i.e. excluding bark) m3ub = cubic metres underbark (i.e. excluding bark)
The data for 2019 is preliminary
* Packaging materials is given in 1000 kv.m

JQ2 | Primary Products | Trade

61 62 61 62 91 92 91 92
FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE JQ2 Country: Georgia Date: 11.05.2020
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Product Unit of I M P O R T E X P O R T Product I M P O R T E X P O R T Product Apparent Consumption
code Product* quantity 2018 2019 2018 2019 code 2018 2019 2018 2019 code 2018 2019
Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value
1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) Tons -0 22,367.5 5,540.1 -0 24,180.5 5,025.5 -0 6,397.3 371.4 -0 25.3 0.3 1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub -37,495 0 -21673.262 0 -0.52 0 0 0 1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT 0
1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) Tons -0 694.3 92.0 -0 41.7 9.6 -0 6,397.1 370.9 -0 25.3 0.3 1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub 0 92.0047174972 0 9.6326673577 0 370.91206 0 0.253 1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT 0
1.1.C Coniferous Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT 0
1.1.NC Non-Coniferous Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT 0
1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3 37,494.5 21,673.3 5,448.1 21,673.3 24,138.7 5,015.9 0.5 0.2 0.5 -0 -0 -0 1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 14,567 40.6675943481 -45.88 2059.7596499737 0 0 0 0 1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub NT -37494.0262775225 NT -21673.262
1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3 22,927.9 21,586.8 5,402.3 21,586.8 14,594.9 2,956.1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub NT -22927.8562775224 NT -21586.792
1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 -0 26.5 5.1 132.4 -0 -0 0.5 0.2 0.5 -0 -0 -0 1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub NT 0.52 NT -132.35
1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 -0 0.2 0.4 0.4 -0 -0 0.5 0.2 0.5 -0 -0 -0 1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3ub 1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3ub NT 0.52 NT -0.42
2 WOOD CHARCOAL Tons -0 206.7 259.7 -0 64.2 98.6 -0 192.6 90.5 -0 145.2 75.4 2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt 2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES Tons -0 292.7 319.9 -0 233.4 365.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 14.2 14.9 3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 1000 m3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES Tons -0 292.7 319.9 -0 233.4 365.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 14.2 14.9 3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3 3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3 3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt 4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES Tons -0 4.7 17.3 -0 4.9 18.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
5.1 WOOD PELLETS Tons -0 4.7 17.3 -0 4.9 18.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt 5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt 5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) Tons -0 45,340.1 11,215.9 -0 33,882.1 8,465.1 -0 36,599.0 15,373.7 -0 37,979.5 15,204.8 6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 0 1339.0982913194 0 1109.21437 0 124.65 0 27.75 6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
6.C Coniferous Tons -0 30,781.1 7,655.8 -0 20,328.0 4,905.8 -0 88.8 102.6 -0 293.9 67.7 6.C Coniferous 1000 m3 6.C Coniferous 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
6.NC Non-Coniferous Tons -0 10,294.7 2,221.0 -0 10,410.9 2,450.1 -0 36,319.2 15,146.5 -0 37,630.6 15,109.3 6.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 6.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
6.NC.T of which: Tropical Tons -0 47.0 33.9 -0 132.9 35.6 -0 44.6 32.1 -0 91.3 18.4 6.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 6.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
7 VENEER SHEETS Tons -0 72.1 289.2 -0 44.0 264.2 -0 452.7 95.2 -0 1,067.5 130.2 7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
7.C Coniferous Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 1.4 0.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 7.C Coniferous 1000 m3 7.C Coniferous 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
7.NC Non-Coniferous Tons -0 72.1 289.2 -0 42.7 263.3 -0 452.7 95.2 -0 1,067.5 130.2 7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
7.NC.T of which: Tropical Tons -0 0.1 1.5 -0 1.4 14.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 7.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 7.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
8 WOOD-BASED PANELS Tons -0 166,052.2 79,396.3 -0 182,447.0 81,651.0 -0 16,940.3 6,935.5 -0 17,662.0 7,530.8 8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 -8,626,074 0 -244340.886669655 0 -388965.971167706 0 -428282.156496084 0 8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 49,505.1 19,572.2 13,967.2 97,860.9 27,031.4 17,050.7 33.3 22.7 21.9 217.4 130.8 144.9 8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 3,843 682.0978534876 71519.32939 1324.9653989797 27.92 18.571219969 0 0 8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 NT -49471.8392354269 NT -97643.4255
8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3 26,670.7 11,472.2 8,106.0 11,472.2 15,324.7 9,511.5 5.4 3.6 3.3 159.1 87.3 66.7 8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3 8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3 NT -26665.314 NT -11313.09891
8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 18,991.6 7,434.7 5,179.1 14,869.3 9,945.2 6,214.3 -0 -0 -0 58.3 43.5 78.2 8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 NT -18991.6463874473 NT -14810.9972
8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 34.3 3.8 16.9 3.8 22.6 42.1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 NT -34.33137108885 NT -3.82
8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 169,523.2 93,146.6 31,782.7 93,146.6 101,295.9 33,218.8 23,270.0 14,767.2 5,904.0 23,535.4 14,795.5 5,778.8 8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 NT -146253.137916402 NT -69611.228499674
8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 6,672.2 3,604.9 1,733.6 3,604.9 4,098.6 1,753.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 NT -6672.16982307217 NT -3604.92247
8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m² 8,407,046.0 53,333.4 33,646.4 53,333.4 54,119.7 31,381.5 365,662.7 2,150.5 1,009.6 404,529.3 2,735.6 1,607.0 8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 2,306,604 13,494 -972 13,732 131,027 714 167,231 948 8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 NT -8041383.29149308 NT 351195.923826103
8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m² 2,005,229.6 9,565.1 6,918.5 9,565.1 11,454.7 7,311.4 -0 -0 -0 87,506.1 607.9 414.3 8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3 8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3 NT -2005229.60316491 NT 77940.94867
8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m² 3,915,846.4 21,362.3 12,387.5 42,724.5 17,381.2 9,479.7 234,635.6 641.8 295.2 149,792.6 481.2 244.8 8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m3 8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m3 NT -3681210.72911793 NT 107068.07698
8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m² 179,366.4 1,008.0 846.5 2,015.9 1,285.7 858.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 NT -179366.399344262 NT -2015.9104477946
9 WOOD PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 41,604.5 42.5 64.3 212.7 59.8 72.4 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt 0 0 130.1544 0 0 0 0 0 9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt NT -41604.47 NT -212.674
9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 9,610.3 25.7 32.0 51.5 10.7 14.6 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt NT -9610.27 NT -51.4676
9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 30,138.2 14.3 22.0 28.5 47.1 49.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt 0 0 14.251 0 0 0 0 0 9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt NT -30138.2 NT -28.502
9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 26,586.3 6.9 7.7 6.9 42.2 38.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt 9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt NT -26586.28 NT -6.869
9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 kg 90% m/n 26,586.3 6.9 7.7 13.7 42.2 38.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt 9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt NT -26586.28 NT -13.738
9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 3,551.9 7.4 14.3 7.4 4.9 10.6 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt 9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt NT -3551.92 NT -7.382
9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 kg 90% m/n 1,856.0 2.6 10.2 2.6 2.1 8.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt 9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt NT -1856 NT -2.55
10 OTHER PULP Tons -0 52.6 103.5 -0 37.0 50.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 7.5 9.2 10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD Tons -0 52.6 103.5 -0 37.0 50.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 7.5 9.2 10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt 10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt 10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
11 RECOVERED PAPER Tons -0 130.0 15.9 -0 55.0 7.4 -0 13,083.8 1,852.7 -0 10,532.3 1,360.8 11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt 11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD Tons -0 49,590.0 49,238.6 -0 50,277.4 51,981.9 -0 1,205.0 879.0 -0 3,544.8 4,465.7 12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS Tons -0 20,956.3 18,799.5 -0 16,342.7 14,945.7 -0 363.1 399.0 -0 490.9 514.1 12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.1.1 NEWSPRINT Tons -0 1,297.0 830.1 -0 1,232.4 709.3 -0 0.0 0.0 -0 -0 -0 12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt 12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL Tons -0 2,934.3 2,317.3 -0 868.7 777.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 29.8 51.8 12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt 12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE Tons -0 10,935.6 10,490.8 -0 10,975.3 10,535.2 -0 302.4 337.5 -0 351.9 357.1 12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt 12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.1.4 COATED PAPERS Tons -0 5,789.3 5,161.2 -0 3,266.3 2,923.4 -0 60.7 61.5 -0 109.2 105.2 12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt 12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS Tons -0 5,445.5 6,896.9 -0 5,978.7 7,234.5 -0 12.7 18.1 -0 0.7 0.6 12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt 12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS Tons -0 22,507.8 19,661.4 -0 26,669.6 21,592.4 -0 804.7 411.6 -0 2,917.6 2,229.7 12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS Tons -0 9,345.3 5,117.1 -0 11,758.8 5,696.8 -0 539.0 256.5 -0 2,692.0 1,278.5 12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt 12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.3.2 CARTONBOARD Tons -0 8,972.1 10,719.0 -0 10,892.2 12,310.7 -0 27.4 29.4 -0 91.0 852.6 12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt 12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS Tons -0 3,388.3 3,361.3 -0 3,023.3 3,018.1 -0 22.5 19.7 -0 54.0 57.7 12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt 12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING Tons -0 802.1 464.0 -0 995.3 566.9 -0 215.9 106.0 -0 80.5 40.9 12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt 12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) Tons -0 680.5 3,880.9 -0 1,286.5 8,209.3 -0 24.4 50.3 -0 135.7 1,721.2 12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt 12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
* excludes HS Codes - "Only some part of it"
Unit of quantity I M P O R T E X P O R T
HS Codes - "Only some part of it" 2018 2019 2018 2019
Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value
440110 Tons 694,280.0 694.3 92.0 41,740.8 41.7 9.6 6,397,080.0 6,397.1 370.9 25,300.0 25.3 0.3
440139 Tons 1,298,256.5 1,298.3 62.6 1,701,167.5 1,701.2 84.6 20.0 0.0 0.0 21,500.0 21.5 0.3
440310 1000 m3 85.1 60.0 40.7 14,566.7 9,543.9 2,059.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
440399 1000 m3 28.0 26.3 4.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
440610 1000 m3 593.6 430.4 116.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
440690 1000 m3 5,345.8 3,833.9 1,222.4 4,644.8 3,143.1 1,109.2 331.3 191.0 124.7 92.8 55.0 27.8
440799 Tons 910.3 678.0 348.0 2,332.2 1,883.2 837.7 2,421.5 1,818.3 2,478.0 8,714.5 2,380.9 3,663.3
440890 Tons 17,851.3 72.0 287.8 25,498.6 41.2 248.4 521.9 452.7 95.2 1,285.8 1,067.5 130.2
441114 1000 m² 2,134,446.7 21,398.1 13,493.9 2,306,603.6 23,998.0 13,731.6 131,027.0 1,508.7 714.3 167,230.7 1,646.5 947.9
441232 1000 m3 14,013.5 7,430.8 5,162.2 18,957.3 9,922.6 6,172.1 -0 -0 -0 58.3 43.5 78.2
441294 1000 m3 310.2 165.0 203.8 396.3 245.5 269.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
441299 1000 m3 940.7 500.3 478.3 3,446.5 1,516.0 1,055.5 27.9 19.1 18.6 -0 -0 -0

JQ3 | Secondary Products| Trade

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Country: Georgia Date: 11.05.2020 Country: Georgia
Name of Official responsible for reply:
Official Address (in full):
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SECONDARY PROCESSED PRODUCTS Telephone: Fax:
Trade E-mail:
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Product Product* I M P O R T V A L U E E X P O R T V A L U E Product Product* I M P O R T V A L U E E X P O R T V A L U E
code 2018 2019 2018 2019 Code 2018 2019 2018 2019
13 SECONDARY WOOD PRODUCTS 13 SECONDARY WOOD PRODUCTS
13.1 FURTHER PROCESSED SAWNWOOD 4,276.2 5,202.7 45.2 -0 13.1 FURTHER PROCESSED SAWNWOOD 926 ERROR:#REF! -45 ERROR:#REF!
13.1.C Coniferous 3,663.1 4,284.6 -0 -0 13.1.C Coniferous
13.1.NC Non-coniferous 613.1 918.0 45.2 -0 13.1.NC Non-coniferous
13.1.NC.T of which: Tropical -0 -0 -0 -0 13.1.NC.T of which: Tropical
13.2 WOODEN WRAPPING AND PACKAGING MATERIAL 3,021.9 2,823.0 36.0 173.5 13.2 WOODEN WRAPPING AND PACKAGING MATERIAL
13.3 WOOD PRODUCTS FOR DOMESTIC/DECORATIVE USE 1,276.0 3,258.3 26.1 11.9 13.3 WOOD PRODUCTS FOR DOMESTIC/DECORATIVE USE
13.4 BUILDER’S JOINERY AND CARPENTRY OF WOOD 15,627.8 17,359.2 273.7 430.2 13.4 BUILDER’S JOINERY AND CARPENTRY OF WOOD
13.5 WOODEN FURNITURE 54,791.0 59,254.0 895.8 765.7 13.5 WOODEN FURNITURE
13.6 PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS OF WOOD -0 -0 -0 -0 13.6 PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS OF WOOD
13.7 OTHER MANUFACTURED WOOD PRODUCTS 1,280.9 811.3 61.0 53.4 13.7 OTHER MANUFACTURED WOOD PRODUCTS
14 SECONDARY PAPER PRODUCTS 14 SECONDARY PAPER PRODUCTS
14.1 COMPOSITE PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 87.7 65.5 0.7 -0 14.1 COMPOSITE PAPER AND PAPERBOARD
14.2 SPECIAL COATED PAPER AND PULP PRODUCTS 6,183.9 7,228.4 28.8 60.8 14.2 SPECIAL COATED PAPER AND PULP PRODUCTS
14.3 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPER, READY FOR USE 18,192.7 19,666.4 2,166.7 2,154.3 14.3 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPER, READY FOR USE
14.4 PACKAGING CARTONS, BOXES ETC. 17,798.9 19,813.4 215.5 7,735.8 14.4 PACKAGING CARTONS, BOXES ETC.
14.5 OTHER ARTICLES OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE 28,175.0 28,349.1 368.6 612.5 14.5 OTHER ARTICLES OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE OK OK OK OK
14.5.1 of which: PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER, READY FOR USE -0 -0 -0 -0 14.5.1 of which: PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER, READY FOR USE
14.5.2 of which: ARTICLES, MOULDED OR PRESSED FROM PULP 413.5 388.8 0.3 2.9 14.5.2 of which: ARTICLES, MOULDED OR PRESSED FROM PULP
14.5.3 of which: FILTER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE 104.8 112.9 0.7 2.6 14.5.3 of which: FILTER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE
* excludes HS Codes - "Only some part of it"
HS Codes - "Only some part of it" I M P O R T V A L U E E X P O R T V A L U E
2018 2019 2018 2019
4419 777.2 921.0 15.7 6.3
9406 11,479.5 12,969.9 8,723.7 12,039.4
440929 613.1 918.0 45.2 -0
441871 18.0 0.0 19.7 0.0
441872 887.7 1,094.0 24.5 91.9
441879 2,044.1 2,876.4 268.2 155.9
441890 3,410.1 3,332.2 469.3 684.1
442190 1,758.4 1,989.6 10,092.7 10,871.6
482390 1,328.6 1,314.4 108.9 341.4
940190 511.2 672.5 25.4 39.7
940390 5,963.1 8,579.1 169.1 376.9

ECE-EU | Species | Trade

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Product Classification Classification Classification Unit of 2018 2019 2018 2019 Product Classification Classification Unit of 2018 2019 2018 2019
Code HS2017 CN2017 Product HS2012 Quantity Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Code HS2017 CN2017 Product Quantity Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value
1.2.C 4403.11/21/22/23/24/25/26 Industrial Roundwood, Coniferous 440320 1000 m3 30,787.0 21,586.8 5,402.3 22,927.9 14,594.9 2,956.1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 1.2.C 4403.11/21/22/23/24/25/26 Industrial Roundwood, Coniferous 1000 m3ub
ex4403.11 Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) ex4403.11 Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) 1000 m3ub incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data
4403.23/24 4403 23 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440320110 1000 m3 1,964.7 1,733.8 281.0 1,837.4 1,125.8 231.4 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4403.23/24 4403 23 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 11 00 4403 23 90 4403 24 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440320190 1000 m3 648.5 565.7 88.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 11 00 4403 23 90 4403 24 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
ex4403.11 Pine (Pinus spp.) ex4403.11 Pine (Pinus spp.) 1000 m3ub incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data
4403.21/22 4403 21 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440320310 1000 m3 28,173.9 19,287.3 5,032.6 19,894.2 12,672.8 2,575.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4403.21/22 4403 21 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 11 00 4403 21 90 4403 22 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440320390 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 163.6 122.7 20.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 11 00 4403 21 90 4403 22 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
ex4403.11 Other / Non-specified ex4403.11 Other / Non-specified 1000 m3ub incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data
4403.25/26 4403 25 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440320910 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 800.5 509.9 100.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4403.25/26 4403 25 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 11 00 4403 25 90 4403 26 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440320990 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 232.1 163.7 29.0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 11 00 4403 25 90 4403 26 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
1.2.NC 4403.12/41/49/91/93/94 4403.95/96/97/98/99 Industrial Roundwood, Non-Coniferous 440341, 440349, 440391, 440392, 440399 1000 m3 28.5 26.5 5.1 -0 -0 -0 0.5 0.2 0.5 -0 -0 -0 1.2.NC 4403.12/41/49/91/93/94 4403.95/96/97/98/99 Industrial Roundwood, Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 440391 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.93/94 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 440392 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.93/94 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 440399510, 440399590, 440399950 1000 m3 28.0 26.3 4.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 1000 m3ub subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total
4403.95/96 4403 95 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440391 100, 440392100, 440399510 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4403.95/96 4403 95 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 12 00 4403 95 90 4403 96 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440399590, 440391900, 440392900 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 12 00 4403 95 90 4403 96 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 440399100 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.98 of which: Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.) 440399300 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.98 of which: Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.) 1000 m3ub
6.C 4406.11/91 4407.11/12/19 Sawnwood, Coniferous 440710 1000 m3 48,522.8 30,781.1 7,655.8 33,320.9 20,328.0 4,905.8 177.1 88.8 102.6 392.2 293.9 67.7 6.C 4406.11/91 4407.11/12/19 Sawnwood, Coniferous 1000 m3
ex4406.11/91 4407.12 of which: Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) 440710310 1000 m3 892.2 571.4 150.5 142.1 73.4 35.6 -0 -0 -0 67.4 31.5 8.7 ex4406.11/91 4407.12 of which: Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.11/91 4407.11 of which: Pine (Pinus spp.) 440710330 1000 m3 868.3 478.1 208.5 397.5 214.3 41.6 115.5 52.8 88.7 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.11/91 4407.11 of which: Pine (Pinus spp.) 1000 m3
6.NC 4406.12/92 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29/91/92/93/94/95/96/97/99 Sawnwood, Non-coniferous 440721 , 440722, 440725, 440726, 440727, 440728, 440729, 440791, 440792, 440793, 440794, 440795, 440799 1000 m3 24,124.9 20,542.4 4,408.0 23,980.7 20,689.0 4,864.7 101,151.9 72,593.8 30,260.9 128,825.0 75,169.8 30,200.3 6.NC 4406.12/92 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29/91/92/93/94/95/96/97/99 Sawnwood, Non-coniferous 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 440791 1000 m3 2,271.8 736.4 971.7 1,347.5 760.8 999.8 787.2 548.6 744.1 778.9 541.3 711.7 ex4406.12/92 4407.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.92 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 440792 1000 m3 19,913.5 18,358.1 2,658.5 17,804.0 16,028.9 2,153.9 95,403.3 68,319.1 24,479.0 110,494.3 69,775.4 22,143.5 ex4406.12/92 4407.92 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.93 of which: Maple (Acer spp.) 440793 Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.93 of which: Maple (Acer spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.94 of which: Cherry (Prunus spp.) 440794 Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.94 of which: Cherry (Prunus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.95 of which: Ash (Fraxinus spp.) 440795 Tons -0 44.9 47.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 44.9 49.7 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.95 of which: Ash (Fraxinus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 440799910 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 96.0 73.0 14.1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.96 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 440799 1000 m3 1,820.6 1,356.0 696.1 4,664.5 3,766.4 1,675.5 4,843.0 3,636.7 4,956.0 17,429.0 4,761.8 7,326.7 ex4406.12/92 4407.96 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 1000 m3
Light blue cells are requested only for EU members using the Combined Nomenclature to fill in - other countries are welcome to do so if their trade classification nomenclature permits
"ex" codes indicate that only part of that trade classication code is used
Please note that information on tropical species trade is requested in questionnaire ITTO2 for ITTO member countries
m3ub = cubic metres underbark (i.e. excluding bark)

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Changes from JQ2017 to JQ2018   Below is a complete list of all changes to JQ2018.   1) Definitions a) Revised definition of production to be more specific about inclusion of intermediate production of pulp and other products. b) Added specific use of pulpwood in panels in title to make it more clear (item 1.2.2) c) Excluded continuously produced wood chips (item 3.1) d) Eontinuously produced wood chips (item 3.1)make it more clearf pulp and other products.se data where possible.xcluded bamboo from secondary processed products (items 13.3, 13.4, 13.7). e) Excluded sanitary napkins from ready to use household and sanitary paper (item 14.3). Questionnaires – there were no changes

JQ1|Primary Products|Production

Country: Georgia Date: 20.05.2019 Country: Georgia
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Official Address (in full):
FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE JQ1
Industrial Roundwood Balance
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Product Product Unit 2017 2018 Product Product Unit 2017 2018 2017 2018 % change Conversion factors
Code Quantity Quantity Code Quantity Quantity Roundwood Industrial roundwood availability
McCusker 14/6/07: McCusker 14/6/07: minus 1.2.3 (other ind. RW) production
Missing data Missing data missing data m3 of wood in m3 or mt of product
REMOVALS OF ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) REMOVALS OF ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) Recovered wood used in particle board missing data missing data missing data Solid wood equivalent
1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub 585 554 1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub 0 0 Solid Wood Demand agglomerate production missing data missing data missing data 2.4
1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub 423 386 1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub 0 0 Sawnwood production 81 71 -13% 1
1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 63 78 1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub veneer production Missing data Missing data missing data 1
1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 360 308 1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub plywood production Missing data Missing data missing data 1
1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 161 169 1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 0 0 particle board production (incl OSB) missing data missing data missing data 1.58
1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 78 98 1.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! fibreboard production missing data missing data missing data 1.8
1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 83 71 1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! mechanical/semi-chemical pulp production missing data missing data missing data 2.5
1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3ub 0 0 1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3ub chemical pulp production missing data missing data missing data 4.9
1.2.1 SAWLOGS AND VENEER LOGS 1000 m3ub 1.2.1 SAWLOGS AND VENEER LOGS 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! dissolving pulp production missing data missing data missing data 5.7
1.2.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub Availability Solid Wood Demand missing data missing data missing data
1.2.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub Difference (roundwood-demand) missing data missing data missing data positive = surplus
1.2.2 PULPWOOD, ROUND AND SPLIT (INCLUDING WOOD FOR PARTICLE BOARD, OSB AND FIBREBOARD) 1000 m3ub 1.2.2 PULPWOOD, ROUND AND SPLIT (INCLUDING WOOD FOR PARTICLE BOARD, OSB AND FIBREBOARD) 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE! gap (demand/availability) missing data missing data Negative number means not enough roundwood available
1.2.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.2.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub Positive number means more roundwood available than demanded
1.2.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.2.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub
1.2.3 OTHER INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub 1.2.3 OTHER INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
1.2.3.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.3.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub % of particle board that is from recovered wood 35%
1.2.3.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub 1.2.3.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub share of agglomerates produced from industrial roundwood residues 100%
PRODUCTION PRODUCTION usable industrial roundwood - amount of roundwood that is used, remainder leaves industry 98.5%
2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt 2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt
3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 1000 m3 3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3 3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3
3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3 3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3
4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt 4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt
5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt 5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt 5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt
5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt 5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt
6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 81 71 6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
6.C Coniferous 1000 m3 6.C Coniferous 1000 m3
6.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 6.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3
6.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 6.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3
7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
7.C Coniferous 1000 m3 7.C Coniferous 1000 m3
7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3
7.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 7.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3
8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3 8.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3
8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3
8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3 8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 1000 m3
8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3
8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3
8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3 8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3
8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m3 8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 1000 m3
8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 1000 m3
9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt
9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt 9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt 9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt
9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt 9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt
9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt 9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt
9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt 9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt
10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt 10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt 10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt
10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt 10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt
11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt 11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt
12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt +++ +++ 12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt 12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt 12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt
12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt 12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt
12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt 12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt
12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt 12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt
12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt 12 11 12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt
12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt 16893.7* 22680.1* 12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt ERROR:#VALUE! ERROR:#VALUE!
12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt 12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt
12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt 12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt
12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt 12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt
12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt 12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt
12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt 12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt
m3ub = cubic metres underbark (i.e. excluding bark) m3ub = cubic metres underbark (i.e. excluding bark)
The data for 2018 is preliminary
* Packaging materials is given in 1000 kv.m

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Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Tons Value Tons Value Quantity Value Quantity Value
1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) Tons -0 18,519.4 4,107.4 -0 22,367.5 5,540.1 -0 6,333.5 382.4 -0 6,397.1 371.4 1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) Tons 0 0 0 0 -0.20006 0 -0.00052 0 1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 1000 m3ub NT -18519.40095 NT -22367.542
1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) Tons -0 401.6 88.0 -0 694.3 92.0 -0 6,186.4 366.5 -0 6,397.1 370.9 1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) Tons 402 88.0255267892 694.28 92.0047174972 0 366.47604 0 370.91206 1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 1000 m3ub NT -401.6 NT -694.28
1.1.C Coniferous Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 1.1.C Coniferous Tons 1.1.C Coniferous 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT 0
1.1.NC Non-Coniferous Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 1.1.NC Non-Coniferous Tons 1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT 0
1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3 25.4 18,117.8 4,019.4 30.9 21,673.3 5,448.1 0.2 147.1 15.9 0.0 0.2 0.5 1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3 43 24.81815 60 40.6675943481 0.20006 15.8837357085 -0.20006 -15.8837357085 1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1000 m3ub NT -18117.60089 NT -21673.26148
1.2.C Coniferous (exclude 4403.10) 1000 m3 25.1 17,897.2 3,979.4 30.8 21,586.8 5,402.3 -0 -0 -0 0.2 147.1 15.9 1.2.C Coniferous (exclude 4403.10) 1000 m3 1.2.C Coniferous (exclude 4403.10) 1000 m3ub NT -17897.19095 NT -21586.59194
1.2.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 4403.10) 1000 m3 0.2 177.9 15.2 0.0 26.5 5.1 -0 -0 -0 0.0 0.2 0.5 1.2.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 4403.10) 1000 m3 1.2.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 4403.10) 1000 m3ub NT -177.92 NT -26.46948
1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4403.10 and 4403.99) 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 0.0 0.2 0.4 -0 -0 -0 0.0 0.2 0.5 1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4403.10 and 4403.99) 1000 m3 1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4403.10 and 4403.99) 1000 m3ub NT 0 NT -0.20948
2 WOOD CHARCOAL Tons -0 173.1 159.0 -0 206.7 259.7 -0 101.4 43.4 -0 192.6 90.5 2 WOOD CHARCOAL Tons 2 WOOD CHARCOAL 1000 mt NT -173.12579 NT -206.65517
3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES (exclude 4401.39) Tons -0 2.9 1.5 -0 42.2 23.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES (exclude 4401.39) Tons 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES (exclude 4401.39) 1000 m3 NT -2.9475 NT -42.242
3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES Tons -0 2.9 1.5 -0 42.2 23.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES Tons 3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1000 m3 NT -2.9475 NT -42.242
3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) Tons 3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) 1000 m3 NT 0 NT 0
4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD Tons 4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES (exclude 4401.39) Tons -0 2.5 7.6 -0 4.7 17.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES (exclude 4401.39) Tons 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES (exclude 4401.39) 1000 mt NT -2.462 NT -4.67966
5.1 WOOD PELLETS Tons -0 2.5 7.6 -0 4.7 17.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 5.1 WOOD PELLETS Tons 5.1 WOOD PELLETS 1000 mt NT -2.462 NT -4.67966
5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES Tons 5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) Tons -0 30,207.9 6,524.9 -0 45,340.1 11,215.9 -0 43,625.8 16,860.7 -0 36,599.0 15,373.7 6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) Tons 1,782 523.25749 4264.29 1339.0982913194 0 52.65 0 124.65 6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 1000 m3 NT -30207.85832 NT -45340.10081
6.C Coniferous (exclude 4406.10 and 4406.90) Tons -0 10,448.4 2,480.8 -0 30,781.1 7,655.8 -0 412.0 109.8 -0 88.8 102.6 6.C Coniferous (exclude 4406.10 and 4406.90) Tons 6.C Coniferous (exclude 4406.10 and 4406.90) 1000 m3 NT -10448.42832 NT -30781.13349
6.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 4406.10 and 4406.90) Tons -0 17,977.3 3,520.8 -0 10,294.7 2,221.0 -0 43,103.8 16,698.3 -0 36,319.2 15,146.5 6.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 4406.10 and 4406.90) Tons 6.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 4406.10 and 4406.90) 1000 m3 NT -17977.33 NT -10294.67732
6.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4406.10, 4406.90 and 4407.99) Tons -0 88.2 173.6 -0 47.0 33.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 44.6 32.1 6.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4406.10, 4406.90 and 4407.99) Tons 6.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4406.10, 4406.90 and 4407.99) 1000 m3 NT -88.175 NT -46.95
7 VENEER SHEETS Tons -0 56.7 423.4 -0 72.1 289.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 452.7 95.2 7 VENEER SHEETS Tons 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 VENEER SHEETS 1000 m3 NT -56.69184 NT -72.12697
7.C Coniferous Tons -0 0.4 1.0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 7.C Coniferous Tons 7.C Coniferous 1000 m3 NT -0.35 NT 0
7.NC Non-Coniferous Tons -0 56.3 422.4 -0 72.1 289.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 452.7 95.2 7.NC Non-Coniferous Tons 7.NC Non-Coniferous 1000 m3 NT -56.34184 NT -72.12697
7.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4408.90) Tons -0 2.0 42.3 -0 0.1 1.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 7.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4408.90) Tons 7.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4408.90) 1000 m3 NT -1.99719 NT -0.105
8 WOOD-BASED PANELS Tons -0 170,026.9 73,338.2 -0 166,052.2 79,396.3 -0 22,132.8 8,250.5 -0 16,940.3 6,935.5 8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 0 0 0 0 -32054.34835 0 -23635.7159511677 0 8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1000 m3 NT -170026.87585 NT -166052.202269656
8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 69.0 21,524.0 13,864.3 65.4 19,572.2 13,967.2 0.0 1.9 9.1 0.0 22.7 21.9 8.1 PLYWOOD 1,216 1035.30382572 665.30859 682.0978534876 0 0 0.02792 18.571219969 8.1 PLYWOOD 1000 m3 NT -21523.95752 NT -19572.13782
8.1.C Coniferous (exclude 4412.94 and 4412.99) 1000 m3 49.4 11,285.6 7,242.8 50.2 11,472.2 8,106.0 0.0 1.9 9.1 0.0 3.6 3.3 8.1.C Coniferous (exclude 4412.94 and 4412.99) 8.1.C Coniferous (exclude 4412.94 and 4412.99) 1000 m3 NT -11285.5645 NT -11472.19355
8.1.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 441294 and 441299) 1000 m3 17.4 9,022.4 5,586.1 14.0 7,434.7 5,179.1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.1.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 441294 and 441299) 8.1.NC Non-Coniferous (exclude 441294 and 441299) 1000 m3 NT -9022.357 NT -7434.6636
8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4412.32, 4412.94 and 4412.99) 1000 m3 0.1 58.5 55.9 0.0 3.8 16.9 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4412.32, 4412.94 and 4412.99) 8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical (exclude 4412.32, 4412.94 and 4412.99) 1000 m3 NT -58.483 NT -3.82
8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 159,072.3 96,492.7 28,592.4 309,211.0 93,146.6 31,782.7 31,507.2 19,712.6 7,199.2 23,270.0 14,767.2 5,904.0 8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) AND SIMILAR BOARD 1000 m3 NT -64985.48046 NT -69876.5849957582
8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 4,134.0 2,404.2 1,019.0 130,763.5 3,604.9 1,733.6 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 1000 m3 NT -2404.18055 NT -3604.92247
8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m² 8,480.4 52,010.3 30,881.6 8,617.3 53,333.4 33,646.4 547.2 2,418.2 1,042.2 365.7 2,150.5 1,009.6 8.3 FIBREBOARD 23,125 13,841 21,398 13,494 144 671 131 714 8.3 FIBREBOARD 1000 m3 NT -51463.0895199999 NT -52967.7635027296
8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m² 1,746.1 9,264.6 6,315.2 1,659.5 9,565.1 6,918.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.3.1 HARDBOARD 8.3.1 HARDBOARD 1000 m3 NT -9264.649405 NT -9565.10133
8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) (exclude 4411.14) 1000 m² 4,398.6 18,825.6 10,167.8 4,700.1 21,362.3 12,387.5 403.5 997.2 371.4 234.6 641.8 295.2 8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) (exclude 4411.14) 8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) (exclude 4411.14) 1000 m3 NT -18422.10108 NT -21127.6308854806
8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD (exclude 4411.14) 1000 m² 108.2 795.1 557.2 123.2 1,008.0 846.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD (exclude 4411.14) 8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD (exclude 4411.14) 1000 m3 NT -795.0818 NT -1007.9552238973
9 WOOD PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 42.5 45.5 61.7 31.8 42.5 64.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9 WOOD PULP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 WOOD PULP 1000 mt NT -45.4795 NT -42.5348
9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 27.5 30.2 39.7 16.1 25.7 32.0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt NT -30.191 NT -25.7338
9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 15.0 15.3 22.0 13.4 14.3 22.0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 1000 mt NT -15.2885 NT -14.251
9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 9.6 9.4 11.0 7.0 6.9 7.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 1000 mt NT -9.406 NT -6.869
9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 kg 90% m/n 9.6 9.4 11.0 7.0 6.9 7.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 1000 mt NT -9.406 NT -6.869
9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n 5.4 5.9 11.0 6.4 7.4 14.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 1000 mt NT -5.8825 NT -7.382
9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 kg 90% m/n -0 -0 -0 2.3 2.6 10.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 1000 mt NT 0 NT -2.55
10 OTHER PULP Tons -0 19.6 47.5 -0 52.6 103.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 10 OTHER PULP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 OTHER PULP 1000 mt NT -19.565 NT -52.594
10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD Tons -0 19.6 47.5 -0 52.6 103.5 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 1000 mt NT -19.565 NT -52.594
10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 kg 90% m/n -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 1000 mt NT 0 NT 0
11 RECOVERED PAPER Tons -0 274.5 33.7 -0 130.0 15.9 -0 10,821.9 1,600.0 -0 13,083.8 1,852.7 11 RECOVERED PAPER 11 RECOVERED PAPER 1000 mt NT -274.5488 NT -130.004
12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD Tons -0 43,580.7 40,325.8 -0 49,508.8 48,994.4 -0 799.3 419.4 -0 1,205.0 879.0 12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD -84 -217.654716316 -81.18306 -244.2530086798 0 -0.22301 0 -0.0307988888 12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 1000 mt NT -43580.6595900001 NT -49508.834619
12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS Tons -0 18,276.8 15,326.1 -0 20,956.3 18,799.5 -0 42.1 44.7 -0 363.1 399.0 12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 1000 mt NT -18276.7665 NT -20956.27334
12.1.1 NEWSPRINT Tons -0 1,231.3 716.2 -0 1,297.0 830.1 -0 2.0 1.3 -0 0.0 0.0 12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 1000 mt NT -1231.287 NT -1296.992
12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL Tons -0 585.0 496.7 -0 2,934.3 2,317.3 -0 2.1 1.9 -0 -0 -0 12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 1000 mt NT -585.04133 NT -2934.31682
12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE Tons -0 12,042.5 10,363.6 -0 10,935.6 10,490.8 -0 36.1 37.8 -0 302.4 337.5 12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 1000 mt NT -12042.46215 NT -10935.62616
12.1.4 COATED PAPERS Tons -0 4,418.0 3,749.6 -0 5,789.3 5,161.2 -0 1.9 3.6 -0 60.7 61.5 12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 1000 mt NT -4417.97602 NT -5789.33836
12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS Tons -0 4,601.1 5,353.7 -0 5,445.5 6,896.9 -0 9.9 10.5 -0 12.7 18.1 12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 1000 mt NT -4601.13315 NT -5445.47885
12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS Tons -0 20,271.8 17,693.6 -0 22,507.8 19,661.4 -0 724.1 338.0 -0 804.7 411.6 12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 1000 mt NT -20271.83791 NT -22507.80603
12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS Tons -0 7,380.5 3,385.9 -0 9,345.3 5,117.1 -0 498.1 223.0 -0 539.0 256.5 12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 1000 mt NT -7380.47587000001 NT -9345.29866
12.3.2 CARTONBOARD Tons -0 9,407.6 10,924.4 -0 8,972.1 10,719.0 -0 0.0 0.0 -0 27.4 29.4 12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 1000 mt NT -9407.60025 NT -8972.09655
12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS Tons -0 2,905.0 3,063.2 -0 3,388.3 3,361.3 -0 11.6 18.5 -0 22.5 19.7 12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 1000 mt NT -2904.97273 NT -3388.30881
12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING Tons -0 578.8 320.1 -0 802.1 464.0 -0 214.4 96.4 -0 215.9 106.0 12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 1000 mt NT -578.78906 NT -802.10201
12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) Tons -0 514.9 2,170.1 -0 680.5 3,880.9 -0 23.2 26.4 -0 24.4 50.3 12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. (NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED) 1000 mt NT -514.89316 NT -680.459459
Unit of quantity I M P O R T E X P O R T
HS Codes - "Only some part of it" 2017 2018 2017 2018
Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value
440139 Tons -0 1,248.2 102.5 -0 1,298.3 62.6 -0 165.8 19.5 -0 0.0 0.0
440310 1000 m3 0.1 42.7 24.8 0.1 60.0 40.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
440399 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 0.0 26.3 4.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
440610 1000 m3 1.6 1,154.3 293.4 0.6 430.4 116.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
440690 1000 m3 1.1 627.8 229.9 5.3 3,833.9 1,222.4 0.2 110.0 52.7 0.3 191.0 124.7
440799 Tons -0 350.1 414.0 -0 678.0 348.0 -0 1,927.1 2,047.2 -0 1,818.3 2,478.0
440890 Tons -0 54.3 380.1 -0 72.0 287.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 452.7 95.2
441114 1000 m² 2,227.5 23,124.9 13,841.2 2,134.4 21,398.1 13,493.9 143.7 1,421.0 670.9 131.0 1,508.7 714.3
441232 1000 m3 17.3 8,963.9 5,530.3 14.0 7,430.8 5,162.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
441294 1000 m3 0.0 21.6 57.6 0.3 165.0 203.8 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0
441299 1000 m3 2.3 1,194.5 977.7 0.9 500.3 478.3 -0 -0 -0 0.0 19.1 18.6

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13 SECONDARY WOOD PRODUCTS 13 SECONDARY WOOD PRODUCTS
13.1 FURTHER PROCESSED SAWNWOOD 3,879.9 4,276.2 141.4 45.2 13.1 FURTHER PROCESSED SAWNWOOD 0 0 0 0
13.1.C Coniferous 2,769.7 3,663.1 -0 -0 13.1.C Coniferous
13.1.NC Non-coniferous 1,110.2 613.1 141.4 45.2 13.1.NC Non-coniferous
13.1.NC.T of which: Tropical -0 -0 -0 -0 13.1.NC.T of which: Tropical
13.2 WOODEN WRAPPING AND PACKAGING MATERIAL 1,895.6 3,021.9 44.2 36.0 13.2 WOODEN WRAPPING AND PACKAGING MATERIAL
13.3 WOOD PRODUCTS FOR DOMESTIC/DECORATIVE USE (exclude 4419.00) 1,439.2 1,276.0 8.3 26.1 13.3 WOOD PRODUCTS FOR DOMESTIC/DECORATIVE USE (exclude 4419.00)
13.4 BUILDER’S JOINERY AND CARPENTRY OF WOOD (exclude 4418.71, 4418.72, 4418.79 and 4418.90) 12,539.3 15,627.8 592.9 273.7 13.4 BUILDER’S JOINERY AND CARPENTRY OF WOOD (exclude 4418.71, 4418.72, 4418.79 and 4418.90)
13.5 WOODEN FURNITURE (exclude 9401.90 and 9403.90) 51,354.8 54,791.0 1,311.5 895.8 13.5 WOODEN FURNITURE (exclude 9401.90 and 9403.90)
13.6 PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS OF WOOD -0 -0 -0 -0 13.6 PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS OF WOOD
13.7 OTHER MANUFACTURED WOOD PRODUCTS (exclude 4421.90) 2,370.3 1,280.9 78.9 61.0 13.7 OTHER MANUFACTURED WOOD PRODUCTS (exclude 4421.90)
14 SECONDARY PAPER PRODUCTS 14 SECONDARY PAPER PRODUCTS
14.1 COMPOSITE PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 119.5 87.7 0.1 0.7 14.1 COMPOSITE PAPER AND PAPERBOARD
14.2 SPECIAL COATED PAPER AND PULP PRODUCTS 5,098.4 6,183.9 20.1 28.8 14.2 SPECIAL COATED PAPER AND PULP PRODUCTS
14.3 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPER, READY FOR USE 16,384.0 18,192.7 2,087.7 2,166.7 14.3 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPER, READY FOR USE
14.4 PACKAGING CARTONS, BOXES ETC. 17,139.5 17,798.9 341.4 215.5 14.4 PACKAGING CARTONS, BOXES ETC.
14.5 OTHER ARTICLES OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE 24,848.8 28,175.0 304.8 368.6 14.5 OTHER ARTICLES OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE OK OK OK OK
14.5.1 of which: PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER, READY FOR USE -0 -0 -0 -0 14.5.1 of which: PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER, READY FOR USE
14.5.2 of which: ARTICLES, MOULDED OR PRESSED FROM PULP 337.7 413.5 0.0 0.3 14.5.2 of which: ARTICLES, MOULDED OR PRESSED FROM PULP
14.5.3 of which: FILTER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE 135.2 104.8 1.1 0.7 14.5.3 of which: FILTER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE
HS Codes - "Only some part of it" I M P O R T V A L U E E X P O R T V A L U E
2017 2018 2017 2018
4419 561.0 777.2 1.3 15.7
441871 6.9 18.0 44.3 19.7
441872 575.1 887.7 -0 24.5
441879 1,612.5 2,044.1 234.0 268.2
441890 2,283.9 3,410.1 452.6 469.3
442190 1,791.1 1,758.4 10,339.2 10,092.7
940190 545.2 511.2 34.8 25.4
940390 4,808.2 5,963.1 92.8 169.1

ECE-EU | Species | Trade

Country: Georgia Date: 20.05.2019
Name of Official responsible for reply:
FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE ECE/EU Species Trade Official Address (in full): DISCREPANCIES - please note cells with notes and review data Checks
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- for the "of which", flags when subitems are > or = to aggregate
Specify Currency and Unit of Value (e.g.:1000 national currency): 1000 USD
I M P O R T E X P O R T I M P O R T E X P O R T
Product Classification Classification Product Classification Unit of 2017 2018 2017 2018 Product Classification Classification Unit of 2017 2018 2017 2018
Code HS2017 CN2017 HS2012 Quantity Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Quantity Tons Value Code HS2017 CN2017 Product Quantity Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value Quantity Value
1.2.C 4403.11/21/22/23/24/25/26 Industrial Roundwood, Coniferous 440320 1000 m3 25.1 17,897.2 3,979.4 30.8 21,586.8 5,402.3 0.2 147.1 15.9 -0 -0 -0 1.2.C 4403.11/21/22/23/24/25/26 Industrial Roundwood, Coniferous 1000 m3ub
ex4403.11 Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) ex4403.11 Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) 1000 m3ub incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data
4403.23/24 4403 23 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440320110 1000 m3 0.6 400.5 98.2 2.0 1,733.8 281.0 0.2 135.0 14.6 -0 -0 -0 4403.23/24 4403 23 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 11 00 4403 23 90 4403 24 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440320190 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 0.6 565.7 88.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 11 00 4403 23 90 4403 24 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
ex4403.11 Pine (Pinus spp.) ex4403.11 Pine (Pinus spp.) 1000 m3ub incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data
4403.21/22 4403 21 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440320310 1000 m3 24.5 17,485.7 3,878.8 28.2 19,287.3 5,032.6 0.0 12.1 1.3 -0 -0 -0 4403.21/22 4403 21 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 11 00 4403 21 90 4403 22 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440320390 1000 m3 0.0 11.0 2.1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 11 00 4403 21 90 4403 22 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
ex4403.11 Other / Non-specified ex4403.11 Other / Non-specified 1000 m3ub incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data incomplete data
4403.25/26 4403 25 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440320910 1000 m3 0.0 0.0 0.3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4403.25/26 4403 25 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 11 00 4403 25 90 4403 26 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440320990 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 11 00 4403 25 90 4403 26 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
1.2.NC 4403.12/41/49/91/93/94 4403.95/96/97/98/99 Industrial Roundwood, Non-Coniferous 440341, 440349, 440391, 440392, 440399 1000 m3 0.2 177.9 15.2 0.0 26.5 5.1 -0 -0 -0 0.0 0.2 0.5 1.2.NC 4403.12/41/49/91/93/94 4403.95/96/97/98/99 Industrial Roundwood, Non-Coniferous 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 440391 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.93/94 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 440392 1000 m3 0.2 177.9 15.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.93/94 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 440399510, 440399590, 440399950 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 0.0 26.3 4.7 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 1000 m3ub subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total subitems as large as total
4403.95/96 4403 95 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 440391 100, 440392100, 440399510 1000 m3 0.2 177.9 15.2 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 4403.95/96 4403 95 10 sawlogs and veneer logs 1000 m3ub
ex4403 12 00 4403 95 90 4403 96 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 440399590, 440391900, 440392900 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403 12 00 4403 95 90 4403 96 00 pulpwood and other industrial roundwood 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 440399100 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 1000 m3ub
ex4403.12 4403.98 of which: Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.) 440399300 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4403.12 4403.98 of which: Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus spp.) 1000 m3ub
6.C 4406.11/91 4407.11/12/19 Sawnwood, Coniferous 440710 1000 m3 57.7 10,448.4 2,480.8 48.5 30,781.1 7,655.8 0.6 412.0 109.8 0.2 88.8 102.6 6.C 4406.11/91 4407.11/12/19 Sawnwood, Coniferous 1000 m3
ex4406.11/91 4407.12 of which: Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) 440710310 1000 m3 0.1 42.0 8.3 0.9 571.4 150.5 0.1 58.4 19.0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.11/91 4407.12 of which: Fir/Spruce (Abies spp., Picea spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.11/91 4407.11 of which: Pine (Pinus spp.) 440710330 1000 m3 0.9 527.6 137.8 0.9 478.1 208.5 0.0 0.8 2.0 0.1 52.8 88.7 ex4406.11/91 4407.11 of which: Pine (Pinus spp.) 1000 m3
6.NC 4406.12/92 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29/91/92/93/94/95/96/97/99 Sawnwood, Non-coniferous 440721 , 440722, 440725, 440726, 440727, 440728, 440729, 440791, 440792, 440793, 440794, 440795, 440799 1000 m3 82.1 17,977.3 3,520.8 12.1 10,294.7 2,221.0 82.2 43,103.8 16,698.3 50.6 36,319.2 15,146.5 6.NC 4406.12/92 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29/91/92/93/94/95/96/97/99 Sawnwood, Non-coniferous 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 440791 1000 m3 34.4 101.2 245.5 1.1 368.2 485.8 24.5 99.2 111.1 0.4 274.3 372.1 ex4406.12/92 4407.91 of which: Oak (Quercus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.92 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 440792 1000 m3 18.1 17,375.7 2,637.3 10.0 9,179.1 1,329.3 55.3 41,015.2 14,488.5 47.7 34,159.5 12,239.5 ex4406.12/92 4407.92 of which: Beech (Fagus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.93 of which: Maple (Acer spp.) 440793 Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.93 of which: Maple (Acer spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.94 of which: Cherry (Prunus spp.) 440794 Tons -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.94 of which: Cherry (Prunus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.95 of which: Ash (Fraxinus spp.) 440795 Tons -0 62.2 50.4 -0 22.5 23.9 -0 62.2 51.4 -0 22.5 24.9 ex4406.12/92 4407.95 of which: Ash (Fraxinus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 440799910 1000 m3 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ex4406.12/92 4407.97 of which: Poplar/Aspen (Populus spp.) 1000 m3
ex4406.12/92 4407.96 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 440799 1000 m3 7.7 350.1 414.0 0.9 678.0 348.0 2.3 1,927.1 2,047.2 2.4 1,818.3 2,478.0 ex4406.12/92 4407.96 of which: Birch (Betula spp.) 1000 m3
Light blue cells are requested only for EU members using the Combined Nomenclature to fill in - other countries are welcome to do so if their trade classification nomenclature permits
"ex" codes indicate that only part of that trade classication code is used
Please note that information on tropical species trade is requested in questionnaire ITTO2 for ITTO member countries
m3ub = cubic metres underbark (i.e. excluding bark)

Annex1 | JQ1-Corres.

FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE JQ1 (Supp. 1)
PRIMARY PRODUCTS
Removals and Production
CORRESPONDENCES to CPC Ver.2.1
Central Product Classification Version 2.1 (CPC Ver. 2.1)
Product Product
Code
REMOVALS OF ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH)
1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 031
1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 0313
1.1.C Coniferous 03131
1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 03132
1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 0311 0312
1.2.C Coniferous 0311
1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 0312
1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical ex0312
1.2.1 SAWLOGS AND VENEER LOGS ex03110 ex03120
1.2.1.C Coniferous ex03110
1.2.1.NC Non-Coniferous ex03120
1.2.2 PULPWOOD, ROUND AND SPLIT (INCLUDING WOOD FOR PARTICLE BOARD, OSB AND FIBREBOARD) ex03110 ex03120
1.2.2.C Coniferous ex03110
1.2.2.NC Non-Coniferous ex03120
1.2.3 OTHER INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD ex03110 ex03120
1.2.3.C Coniferous ex03110
1.2.3.NC Non-Coniferous ex03120
PRODUCTION
2 WOOD CHARCOAL ex34510
3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES ex31230 ex39283
3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES ex31230
3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) ex39283
4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD ex39283
5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 39281 39282
5.1 WOOD PELLETS 39281
5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 39282
6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 311 3132
6.C Coniferous 31101 ex31109 ex3132
6.NC Non-Coniferous 31102 ex31109 ex3132
6.NC.T of which: Tropical ex31102 ex31109 ex3132
7 VENEER SHEETS 3151
7.C Coniferous 31511
7.NC Non-Coniferous 31512
7.NC.T of which: Tropical ex31512
8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 3141 3142 3143 3144
8.1 PLYWOOD 3141 3142
8.1.C Coniferous 31411 31421
8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 31412 31422
8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical ex31412 ex31422
8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) and SIMILAR BOARD 3143
8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 31432
8.3 FIBREBOARD 3144
8.3.1 HARDBOARD 31442
8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 31441
8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD 31449
9 WOOD PULP 32111 32112 ex32113
9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP ex32113
9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 32112
9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP ex32112
9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED ex32112
9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP ex32112
9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 32111
10 OTHER PULP ex32113
10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD ex32113
10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP ex32113
11 RECOVERED PAPER 3924
12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 3212 3213 32142 32143 ex32149 32151 32198 ex32199
12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 3212 ex32143 ex32149
12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 32121
12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL ex32122 ex32129
12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 32122 ex32129
12.1.4 COATED PAPERS ex32143 ex32149
12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 32131
12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 32132 ex32133 32134 32135 ex32136 ex32137 32142 32151 ex32143 ex32149
12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 32132 32134 32135 ex32136
12.3.2 CARTONBOARD ex32133 ex32136 ex32143 ex32149
12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS ex32133 ex32136 ex32137 32142 32151
12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING ex32136
12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. ex32149 ex32133 ex32136 ex32137 32198 ex32199
Notes:
The term "ex" means that there is not a complete correlation between the two codes and that only a part of the CPC Ver.2.1 code is applicable.
For instance "ex31512" under product 7.NC.T means that only a part of CPC Ver.2.1 code 31512 refers to non-coniferous tropical veneer sheets.
In CPC, if only 3 or 4 digits are shown, then all sub-codes at lower degrees of aggregation are included (for example, 0313 includes 03131 and 03132).

Annex2 | JQ2-Corres.

FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE JQ2 (Supp. 1)
PRIMARY PRODUCTS
Trade
CORRESPONDENCES to HS2017, HS2012 and SITC Rev.4
C l a s s i f i c a t i o n s
Product Product
Code HS2017 HS2012 SITC Rev.4
1 ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH) 4401.11/12 44.03 4401.10 44.03 245.01 247
1.1 WOOD FUEL (INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL) 4401.11/12 4401.10 245.01
1.1.C Coniferous 4401.11 ex4401.10 ex245.01
1.1.NC Non-Coniferous 4401.12 ex4401.10 ex245.01
1.2 INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 44.03 44.03 247
1.2.C Coniferous 4403.11/21/22/23/24/25/26 ex4403.10 4403.20 ex247.3 247.4
1.2.NC Non-Coniferous 4403.12/41/49/91/93/94/95/96/97/98/99 ex4403.10 4403.41/49/91/92/99 ex247.3 247.5 247.9
1.2.NC.T of which: Tropical ex4403.12 4403.41/49 ex4403.10 4403.41/49 ex4403.99 ex247.3 247.5 ex247.9
2 WOOD CHARCOAL 4402.90 4402.90 ex245.02
3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES 4401.21/22 ex4401.40 4401.21/22 ex4401.39 246.1 ex246.2
3.1 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 4401.21/22 4401.21/22 246.1
3.2 WOOD RESIDUES (INCLUDING WOOD FOR AGGLOMERATES) ex4401.40 ex4401.39 ex246.2
4 RECOVERED POST-CONSUMER WOOD ex4401.40 ex4401.39 ex246.2
5 WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES 4401.31/39 4401.31 ex4401.39 ex246.2
5.1 WOOD PELLETS 4401.31 4401.31 ex246.2
5.2 OTHER AGGLOMERATES 4401.39 ex4401.39 ex246.2
6 SAWNWOOD (INCLUDING SLEEPERS) 44.06 44.07 44.06 44.07 248.1 248.2 248.4
6.C Coniferous 4406.11/91 4407.11/12/19 ex4406.10/90 4407.10 ex248.11 ex248.19 248.2
6.NC Non-Coniferous 4406.12/92 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29/91/92/93/94/95/96/97/99 ex4406.10/90 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29/91/92/93/94/95/99 ex248.11 ex248.19 248.4
6.NC.T of which: Tropical ex4406.12/92 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29 ex4406.10/90 4407.21/22/25/26/27/28/29 ex4407.99 ex248.11 ex248.19 ex248.4
7 VENEER SHEETS 44.08 44.08 634.1
7.C Coniferous 4408.10 4408.10 634.11
7.NC Non-Coniferous 4408.31/39/90 4408.31/39/90 634.12
7.NC.T of which: Tropical 4408.31/39 4408.31/39 ex4408.90 ex634.12
8 WOOD-BASED PANELS 44.10 44.11 4412.31/33/34/39/94/99 44.10 44.11 4412.31/32/39/94/99 634.22/23/31/33/39 634.5
8.1 PLYWOOD 4412.31/33/34/39/94/99 4412.31/32/39/94/99 634.31/33/39
8.1.C Coniferous 4412.39 ex4412.94 ex4412.99 4412.39 ex4412.94 ex.4412.99 ex634.31 ex634.33 ex634.39
8.1.NC Non-Coniferous 4412.31/33/34 ex4412.94 ex4412.99 4412.31/32 ex4412.94 ex4412.99 ex634.31 ex634.33 ex634.39
8.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 4412.31 ex4412.94 ex4412.99 4412.31 ex4412.32 ex4412.94 ex4412.99 ex634.31 ex634.33 ex634.39
8.2 PARTICLE BOARD, ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) and SIMILAR BOARD 44.10 44.10 634.22/23
8.2.1 of which: ORIENTED STRAND BOARD (OSB) 4410.12 4410.12 ex634.22
8.3 FIBREBOARD 44.11 44.11 634.5
8.3.1 HARDBOARD 4411.92 4411.92 ex634.54 ex634.55
8.3.2 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 4411.12/13 ex4411.14 4411.12/13 ex4411.14 ex634.54 ex634.55
8.3.3 OTHER FIBREBOARD ex4411.14 4411.93/94 ex4411.14 4411.93/94 ex634.54 ex634.55
9 WOOD PULP 47.01/02/03/04/05 47.01/02/03/04/05 251.2 251.3 251.4 251.5 251.6 251.91
9.1 MECHANICAL AND SEMI-CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 47.01 47.05 47.01 47.05 251.2 251.91
9.2 CHEMICAL WOOD PULP 47.03 47.04 47.03 47.04 251.4 251.5 251.6
9.2.1 SULPHATE PULP 47.03 47.03 251.4 251.5
9.2.1.1 of which: BLEACHED 4703.21/29 4703.21/29 251.5
9.2.2 SULPHITE PULP 47.04 47.04 251.6
9.3 DISSOLVING GRADES 47.02 47.02 251.3
10 OTHER PULP 47.06 47.06 251.92
10.1 PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD 4706.10/30/91/92/93 4706.10/30/91/92/93 ex251.92
10.2 RECOVERED FIBRE PULP 4706.20 4706.20 ex251.92
11 RECOVERED PAPER 47.07 47.07 251.1
12 PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 48.01 48.02 48.03 48.04 48.05 48.06 48.08 48.09 48.10 4811.51/59 48.12 48.13 48.01 48.02 48.03 48.04 48.05 48.06 48.08 48.09 48.10 4811.51/59 48.12 48.13 641.1 641.2 641.3 641.4 641.5 641.62/63/64/69/71/72/74/75/76/77/93 642.41
12.1 GRAPHIC PAPERS 48.01 4802.10/20/54/55/56/57/58/61/62/69 48.09 4810.13/14/19/22/29 48.01 4802.10/20/54/55/56/57/58/61/62/69 48.09 4810.13/14/19/22/29 641.1 641.21/22/26/29 641.3
12.1.1 NEWSPRINT 48.01 48.01 641.1
12.1.2 UNCOATED MECHANICAL 4802.61/62/69 4802.61/62/69 641.29
12.1.3 UNCOATED WOODFREE 4802.10/20/54/55/56/57/58 4802.10/20/54/55/56/57/58 641.21/22/26
12.1.4 COATED PAPERS 48.09 4810.13/14/19/22/29 48.09 4810.13/14/19/22/29 641.3
12.2 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPERS 48.03 48.03 641.63
12.3 PACKAGING MATERIALS 4804.11/19/21/29/31/39/42/49/51/52/59 4805.11/12/19/24/25/30/91/92/93 4806.10/20/40 48.08 4810.31/32/39/92/99 4811.51/59 4804.11/19/21/29/31/39/42/49/51/52/59 4805.11/12/19/24/25/30/91/92/93 4806.10/20/40 48.08 4810.31/32/39/92/99 4811.51/59 641.41/42/46 ex641.47 641.48/51/52 ex641.53 641.54/59/62/64/69/71/72/74/75/76/77
12.3.1 CASE MATERIALS 4804.11/19 4805.11/12/19/24/25/91 4804.11/19 4805.11/12/19/24/25/91 641.41/51/54 ex641.59
12.3.2 CARTONBOARD 4804.42/49/51/52/59 4805.92 4810.32/39/92 4811.51/59 4804.42/49/51/52/59 4805.92 4810.32/39/92 4811.51/59 ex641.47 641.48 ex641.59 641.75/76 ex641.77 641.71/72
12.3.3 WRAPPING PAPERS 4804.21/29/31/39 4805.30 4806.10/20/40 48.08 4810.31/99 4804.21/29/31/39 4805.30 4806.10/20/40 48.08 4810.31/99 641.42/46/52 ex641.53 641.62/64/69/74 ex641.77
12.3.4 OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 4805.93 4805.93 ex641.59
12.4 OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S. 4802.40 4804.41 4805.40/50 4806.30 48.12 48.13 4802.40 4804.41 4805.40/50 4806.30 48.12 48.13 641.24 ex641.47 641.56 ex641.53 641.55/93 642.41
Notes:
The term "ex" means that there is not a complete correlation between the two codes and that only a part of the HS2012/HS2017 or SITC Rev.4 code is applicable.
For instance "ex4401.40" under product 3.2 means that only a part of HS2017 code 4401.40 refers to wood residues coming from wood processing (the other part coded under 4401.40 is recovered post-consumer wood).
In SITC Rev.4, if only 4 digits are shown, then all sub-headings at lower degrees of aggregation are included (for example, 634.1 includes 634.11 and 634.12).

Annex3 | JQ3-Corres.

FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE JQ3 (Supp. 1)
SECONDARY PROCESSED PRODUCTS
Trade
CORRESPONDENCES to HS2017, HS2012 and SITC Rev.4
C l a s s i f i c a t i o n s
Product Product
Code HS2017 HS2012 SITC Rev.4
13 SECONDARY WOOD PRODUCTS
13.1 FURTHER PROCESSED SAWNWOOD 4409.10/22/29 4409.10/29 248.3 248.5
13.1.C Coniferous 4409.10 4409.10 248.3
13.1.NC Non-coniferous 4409.22/29 4409.29 248.5
13.1.NC.T of which: Tropical 4409.22 ex4409.29 ex248.5
13.2 WOODEN WRAPPING AND PACKAGING MATERIAL 44.15/16 44.15/16 635.1 635.2
13.3 WOOD PRODUCTS FOR DOMESTIC/DECORATIVE USE 44.14 4419.90 44.20 44.14 ex4419.00 44.20 635.41 ex635.42 635.49
13.4 BUILDER’S JOINERY AND CARPENTRY OF WOOD 4418.10/20/40/50/60/74/75/79/99 4418.10/20/40/50/60 ex4418.71 ex4418.72 ex4418.79 ex4418.90 635.31/32/33 ex635.34 ex635.39
13.5 WOODEN FURNITURE 9401.61/69 ex9401.90 9403.30/40/50/60 ex9403.90 9401.61/69 ex9401.90 9403.30/40/50/60 ex9403.90 821.16 ex821.19 821.51/53/55/59 ex821.8
13.6 PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS OF WOOD 9406.10 ex94.06 ex811.0
13.7 OTHER MANUFACTURED WOOD PRODUCTS 44.04/05/13/17 4421.10/99 44.04/05/13/17 4421.10 ex4421.90 634.21/91/93 635.91 ex635.99
14 SECONDARY PAPER PRODUCTS
14.1 COMPOSITE PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 48.07 48.07 641.92
14.2 SPECIAL COATED PAPER AND PULP PRODUCTS 4811.10/41/49/60/90 4811.10/41/49/60/90 641.73/78/79
14.3 HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY PAPER, READY FOR USE 48.18 48.18 642.43/94
14.4 PACKAGING CARTONS, BOXES ETC. 48.19 48.19 642.1
14.5 OTHER ARTICLES OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE 48.14/16/17/20/21/22/23 48.14/16/17/20/21/22/23 641.94 642.2 642.3 642.42/45/91/93/99 892.81
14.5.1 of which: PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER, READY FOR USE ex4823.90 ex4823.90 ex642.99
14.5.2 of which: ARTICLES, MOULDED OR PRESSED FROM PULP 4823.70 4823.70 ex642.99
14.5.3 of which: FILTER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, READY FOR USE 4823.20 4823.20 642.45
Notes:
The term "ex" means that there is not a complete correlation between the two codes and that only a part of the HS2012/HS2017 or SITC Rev.4 code is applicable.
For instance "ex811.00" under "Prefabricated buildings of wood" means that only a part of SITC code 811.00 refers to buildings prefabricated from wood, as that code does not distinguish between the materials buildings were prefabricated from.
In SITC Rev.4, if only 4 digits are shown, then all subheadings at lower degrees of aggregation are included (for example, 892.2 includes 892.21 and 892.29).

Annex4 |JQ2-JQ3-Corres.

JQ Product code Nomenclature HS Code Remarks on HS codes
1 HS2002 440110
1 HS2002 4403
1 HS2007 440110
1 HS2007 4403
1 HS2012 440110
1 HS2012 4403
1 HS2017 440111
1 HS2017 440112
1 HS2017 4403
1.1 HS2002 440110
1.1 HS2007 440110
1.1 HS2012 440110
1.1 HS2017 440111
1.1 HS2017 440112
1.1C HS2002 440110 Only some part of it
1.1C HS2007 440110 Only some part of it
1.1C HS2012 440110 Only some part of it
1.1C HS2017 440111
1.1NC HS2002 440110 Only some part of it
1.1NC HS2007 440110 Only some part of it
1.1NC HS2012 440110 Only some part of it
1.1NC HS2017 440112
1.2 HS2002 4403
1.2 HS2007 4403
1.2 HS2012 4403
1.2 HS2017 4403
1.2.C HS2002 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.C HS2002 440320
1.2.C HS2007 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.C HS2007 440320
1.2.C HS2012 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.C HS2012 440320
1.2.C HS2017 440311
1.2.C HS2017 440321
1.2.C HS2017 440322
1.2.C HS2017 440323
1.2.C HS2017 440324
1.2.C HS2017 440325
1.2.C HS2017 440326
1.2.NC HS2002 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.NC HS2002 440341
1.2.NC HS2002 440349
1.2.NC HS2002 440391
1.2.NC HS2002 440392
1.2.NC HS2002 440399
1.2.NC HS2007 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.NC HS2007 440341
1.2.NC HS2007 440349
1.2.NC HS2007 440391
1.2.NC HS2007 440392
1.2.NC HS2007 440399
1.2.NC HS2012 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.NC HS2012 440341
1.2.NC HS2012 440349
1.2.NC HS2012 440391
1.2.NC HS2012 440392
1.2.NC HS2012 440399
1.2.NC HS2017 440312
1.2.NC HS2017 440341
1.2.NC HS2017 440349
1.2.NC HS2017 440391
1.2.NC HS2017 440393
1.2.NC HS2017 440394
1.2.NC HS2017 440395
1.2.NC HS2017 440396
1.2.NC HS2017 440397
1.2.NC HS2017 440398
1.2.NC HS2017 440399
1.2.NC.T HS2002 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2002 440341
1.2.NC.T HS2002 440349
1.2.NC.T HS2002 440399 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2007 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2007 440341
1.2.NC.T HS2007 440349
1.2.NC.T HS2007 440399 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2012 440310 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2012 440341
1.2.NC.T HS2012 440349
1.2.NC.T HS2012 440399 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2017 440312 Only some part of it
1.2.NC.T HS2017 440341
1.2.NC.T HS2017 440349
2 HS2002 440200 Only some part of it
2 HS2007 440290
2 HS2012 440290
2 HS2017 440290
3 HS2002 440121
3 HS2002 440122
3 HS2002 440130 Only some part of it
3 HS2007 440121
3 HS2007 440122
3 HS2007 440130 Only some part of it
3 HS2012 440121
3 HS2012 440122
3 HS2012 440139 Only some part of it
3 HS2017 440121
3 HS2017 440122
3 HS2017 440140
3.1 HS2002 440121
3.1 HS2002 440122
3.1 HS2007 440121
3.1 HS2007 440122
3.1 HS2012 440121
3.1 HS2012 440122
3.1 HS2017 440121
3.1 HS2017 440122
3.2 HS2002 440130 Only some part of it
3.2 HS2012 440130 Only some part of it
3.2 HS2012 440139 Only some part of it
3.2 HS2017 440140 Only some part of it
4 HS2002 440130 Only some part of it
4 HS2007 440130 Only some part of it
4 HS2012 440139 Only some part of it
4 HS2017 440140 Only some part of it
5 HS2002 440130 Only some part of it
5 HS2007 440130 Only some part of it
5 HS2012 440131
5 HS2012 440139 Only some part of it
5 HS2017 440131
5 HS2017 440139
5.1 HS2002 440130 Only some part of it
5.1 HS2007 440130 Only some part of it
5.1 HS2012 440131
5.1 HS2017 440131
5.2 HS2002 440130 Only some part of it
5.2 HS2007 440130 Only some part of it
5.2 HS2012 440139 Only some part of it
5.2 HS2017 440139
6 HS2002 4406
6 HS2002 4407
6 HS2007 4406
6 HS2007 4407
6 HS2012 4406
6 HS2012 4407
6 HS2017 4406
6 HS2017 4407
6.C HS2002 440610 Only some part of it
6.C HS2002 440690 Only some part of it
6.C HS2002 440710
6.C HS2007 440610 Only some part of it
6.C HS2007 440690 Only some part of it
6.C HS2007 440710
6.C HS2012 440610 Only some part of it
6.C HS2012 440690 Only some part of it
6.C HS2012 440710
6.C HS2017 440611
6.C HS2017 440691
6.C HS2017 440711
6.C HS2017 440712
6.C HS2017 440719
6.NC HS2002 440610 Only some part of it
6.NC HS2002 440690 Only some part of it
6.NC HS2002 440724
6.NC HS2002 440725
6.NC HS2002 440726
6.NC HS2002 440729
6.NC HS2002 440791
6.NC HS2002 440792
6.NC HS2002 440799
6.NC HS2007 440610 Only some part of it
6.NC HS2007 440690 Only some part of it
6.NC HS2007 440721
6.NC HS2007 440722
6.NC HS2007 440725
6.NC HS2007 440726
6.NC HS2007 440727
6.NC HS2007 440728
6.NC HS2007 440729
6.NC HS2007 440791
6.NC HS2007 440792
6.NC HS2007 440793
6.NC HS2007 440794
6.NC HS2007 440795
6.NC HS2007 440799
6.NC HS2012 440610 Only some part of it
6.NC HS2012 440690 Only some part of it
6.NC HS2012 440721
6.NC HS2012 440722
6.NC HS2012 440725
6.NC HS2012 440726
6.NC HS2012 440727
6.NC HS2012 440728
6.NC HS2012 440729
6.NC HS2012 440791
6.NC HS2012 440792
6.NC HS2012 440793
6.NC HS2012 440794
6.NC HS2012 440795
6.NC HS2012 440799
6.NC HS2017 4406.12
6.NC HS2017 4406.92
6.NC HS2017 4407.21
6.NC HS2017 4407.22
6.NC HS2017 4407.25
6.NC HS2017 4407.26
6.NC HS2017 4407.27
6.NC HS2017 4407.28
6.NC HS2017 4407.29
6.NC HS2017 4407.91
6.NC HS2017 4407.92
6.NC HS2017 4407.93
6.NC HS2017 4407.94
6.NC HS2017 4407.95
6.NC HS2017 4407.96
6.NC HS2017 4407.97
6.NC HS2017 4407.99
6.NC.T HS2002 440610 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2002 440690 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2002 440724
6.NC.T HS2002 440725
6.NC.T HS2002 440726
6.NC.T HS2002 440729
6.NC.T HS2002 440799 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2007 440610 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2007 440690 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2007 440721
6.NC.T HS2007 440722
6.NC.T HS2007 440725
6.NC.T HS2007 440726
6.NC.T HS2007 440727
6.NC.T HS2007 440728
6.NC.T HS2007 440729
6.NC.T HS2007 440799 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2012 440610 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2012 440690 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2012 440721
6.NC.T HS2012 440722
6.NC.T HS2012 440725
6.NC.T HS2012 440726
6.NC.T HS2012 440727
6.NC.T HS2012 440728
6.NC.T HS2012 440729
6.NC.T HS2012 440799 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2017 440612 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2017 440692 Only some part of it
6.NC.T HS2017 440721
6.NC.T HS2017 440722
6.NC.T HS2017 440725
6.NC.T HS2017 440726
6.NC.T HS2017 440727
6.NC.T HS2017 440728
6.NC.T HS2017 440729
7 HS2002 4408
7 HS2007 4408
7 HS2012 4408
7 HS2017 4408
7.C HS2002 440810
7.C HS2007 440810
7.C HS2012 440810
7.C HS2017 440810
7.NC HS2002 440831
7.NC HS2002 440839
7.NC HS2002 440890
7.NC HS2007 440831
7.NC HS2007 440839
7.NC HS2007 440890
7.NC HS2012 440831
7.NC HS2012 440839
7.NC HS2012 440890
7.NC HS2017 440831
7.NC HS2017 440839
7.NC HS2017 440890
7.NC.T HS2002 440831
7.NC.T HS2002 440839
7.NC.T HS2002 440890 Only some part of it
7.NC.T HS2007 440831
7.NC.T HS2007 440839
7.NC.T HS2007 440890 Only some part of it
7.NC.T HS2012 440831
7.NC.T HS2012 440839
7.NC.T HS2012 440890 Only some part of it
7.NC.T HS2017 440831
7.NC.T HS2017 440839
8 HS2002 4410
8 HS2002 4411
8 HS2002 441213
8 HS2002 441214
8 HS2002 441219
8 HS2002 441299 Only some part of it
8 HS2007 4410
8 HS2007 4411
8 HS2007 441231
8 HS2007 441232
8 HS2007 441239
8 HS2007 441294
8 HS2007 441299
8 HS2012 4410
8 HS2012 4411
8 HS2012 441231
8 HS2012 441232
8 HS2012 441239
8 HS2012 441294
8 HS2012 441299
8 HS2017 4410
8 HS2017 4411
8 HS2017 441231
8 HS2017 441233
8 HS2017 441234
8 HS2017 441239
8 HS2017 441294
8 HS2017 441299
8.1 HS2002 441213
8.1 HS2002 441214
8.1 HS2002 441219
8.1 HS2002 441299 Only some part of it
8.1 HS2007 441231
8.1 HS2007 441232
8.1 HS2007 441239
8.1 HS2007 441294
8.1 HS2007 441299
8.1 HS2012 441231
8.1 HS2012 441232
8.1 HS2012 441239
8.1 HS2012 441294
8.1 HS2012 441299
8.1 HS2017 441231
8.1 HS2017 441233
8.1 HS2017 441234
8.1 HS2017 441239
8.1 HS2017 441294
8.1 HS2017 441299
8.1.C HS2002 441219
8.1.C HS2002 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.C HS2007 441239
8.1.C HS2007 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.C HS2007 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.C HS2012 441239
8.1.C HS2012 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.C HS2012 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.C HS2017 441239
8.1.C HS2017 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.C HS2017 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2002 441213
8.1.NC HS2002 441214
8.1.NC HS2002 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2007 441231
8.1.NC HS2007 441232
8.1.NC HS2007 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2007 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2012 441231
8.1.NC HS2012 441232
8.1.NC HS2012 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2012 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2017 441231
8.1.NC HS2017 441233
8.1.NC HS2017 441234
8.1.NC HS2017 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.NC HS2017 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2002 441213
8.1.NC.T HS2002 441214 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2002 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2007 441231
8.1.NC.T HS2007 441232 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2007 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2007 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2012 441231
8.1.NC.T HS2012 441232 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2012 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2012 441299 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2017 441231
8.1.NC.T HS2017 441294 Only some part of it
8.1.NC.T HS2017 441299 Only some part of it
8.2 HS2002 4410
8.2 HS2007 4410
8.2 HS2012 4410
8.2 HS2017 4410
8.2.1 HS2002 441021 Only some part of it
8.2.1 HS2002 441029 Only some part of it
8.2.1 HS2007 441012
8.2.1 HS2012 441012
8.2.1 HS2017 441012
8.3 HS2002 4411
8.3 HS2007 4411
8.3 HS2012 4411
8.3 HS2017 4411
8.3.1 HS2002 441111 Only some part of it
8.3.1 HS2002 441119 Only some part of it
8.3.1 HS2007 441192
8.3.1 HS2012 441192
8.3.1 HS2017 441192
8.3.2 HS2002 441111 Only some part of it
8.3.2 HS2002 441119 Only some part of it
8.3.2 HS2002 441121 Only some part of it
8.3.2 HS2002 441129 Only some part of it
8.3.2 HS2007 441112
8.3.2 HS2007 441113
8.3.2 HS2007 441114 Only some part of it
8.3.2 HS2012 441112
8.3.2 HS2012 441113
8.3.2 HS2012 441114 Only some part of it
8.3.2 HS2017 441112
8.3.2 HS2017 441113
8.3.2 HS2017 441114 Only some part of it
8.3.3 HS2002 441131
8.3.3 HS2002 441139
8.3.3 HS2002 441191
8.3.3 HS2002 441199
8.3.3 HS2007 441114 Only some part of it
8.3.3 HS2007 441193
8.3.3 HS2007 441194
8.3.3 HS2012 441114 Only some part of it
8.3.3 HS2012 441193
8.3.3 HS2012 441194
8.3.3 HS2017 441114 Only some part of it
8.3.3 HS2017 441193
8.3.3 HS2017 441194
9 HS2002 4701
9 HS2002 4702
9 HS2002 4703
9 HS2002 4704
9 HS2002 4705
9 HS2007 4701
9 HS2007 4702
9 HS2007 4703
9 HS2007 4704
9 HS2007 4705
9 HS2012 4701
9 HS2012 4702
9 HS2012 4703
9 HS2012 4704
9 HS2012 4705
9 HS2017 4701
9 HS2017 4702
9 HS2017 4703
9 HS2017 4704
9 HS2017 4705
9.1 HS2002 4701
9.1 HS2002 4705
9.1 HS2007 4701
9.1 HS2007 4705
9.1 HS2012 4701
9.1 HS2012 4705
9.1 HS2017 4701
9.1 HS2017 4705
9.2 HS2002 4703
9.2 HS2002 4704
9.2 HS2007 4703
9.2 HS2007 4704
9.2 HS2012 4703
9.2 HS2012 4704
9.2 HS2017 4703
9.2 HS2017 4704
9.2.1 HS2002 4703
9.2.1 HS2007 4703
9.2.1 HS2012 4703
9.2.1 HS2017 4703
9.2.1.1 HS2002 470321
9.2.1.1 HS2002 470329
9.2.1.1 HS2007 470321
9.2.1.1 HS2007 470329
9.2.1.1 HS2012 470321
9.2.1.1 HS2012 470329
9.2.1.1 HS2017 470321
9.2.1.1 HS2017 470329
9.2.2 HS2002 4704
9.2.2 HS2007 4704
9.2.2 HS2012 4704
9.2.2 HS2017 4704
9.3 HS2002 4702
9.3 HS2007 4702
9.3 HS2012 4702
9.3 HS2017 4702
10 HS2002 4706
10 HS2007 4706
10 HS2012 4706
10 HS2017 4706
10.1 HS2002 470610
10.1 HS2002 470691
10.1 HS2002 470692
10.1 HS2002 470693
10.1 HS2007 470610
10.1 HS2007 470630
10.1 HS2007 470691
10.1 HS2007 470692
10.1 HS2007 470693
10.1 HS2012 470610
10.1 HS2012 470630
10.1 HS2012 470691
10.1 HS2012 470692
10.1 HS2012 470693
10.1 HS2017 470610
10.1 HS2017 470630
10.1 HS2017 470691
10.1 HS2017 470692
10.1 HS2017 470693
10.2 HS2002 470620
10.2 HS2007 470620
10.2 HS2012 470620
10.2 HS2017 470620
11 HS2002 4707
11 HS2007 4707
11 HS2012 4707
11 HS2017 4707
12 HS2002 4801
12 HS2002 4802
12 HS2002 4803
12 HS2002 4804
12 HS2002 4805
12 HS2002 4806
12 HS2002 4808
12 HS2002 4809
12 HS2002 4810
12 HS2002 481151
12 HS2002 481159
12 HS2002 4812
12 HS2002 4813
12 HS2007 4801
12 HS2007 4802
12 HS2007 4803
12 HS2007 4804
12 HS2007 4805
12 HS2007 4806
12 HS2007 4808
12 HS2007 4809
12 HS2007 4810
12 HS2007 481151
12 HS2007 481159
12 HS2007 4812
12 HS2007 4813
12 HS2012 4801
12 HS2012 4802
12 HS2012 4803
12 HS2012 4804
12 HS2012 4805
12 HS2012 4806
12 HS2012 4808
12 HS2012 4809
12 HS2012 4810
12 HS2012 481151
12 HS2012 481159
12 HS2012 4812
12 HS2012 4813
12 HS2017 4801
12 HS2017 4802
12 HS2017 4803
12 HS2017 4804
12 HS2017 4805
12 HS2017 4806
12 HS2017 4808
12 HS2017 4809
12 HS2017 4810
12 HS2017 481151
12 HS2017 481159
12 HS2017 4812
12 HS2017 4813
12.1 HS2002 4801
12.1 HS2002 480210
12.1 HS2002 480220
12.1 HS2002 480254
12.1 HS2002 480255
12.1 HS2002 480256
12.1 HS2002 480257
12.1 HS2002 480258
12.1 HS2002 480261
12.1 HS2002 480262
12.1 HS2002 480269
12.1 HS2002 4809
12.1 HS2002 481013
12.1 HS2002 481014
12.1 HS2002 481019
12.1 HS2002 481022
12.1 HS2002 481029
12.1 HS2007 4801
12.1 HS2007 480210
12.1 HS2007 480220
12.1 HS2007 480254
12.1 HS2007 480255
12.1 HS2007 480256
12.1 HS2007 480257
12.1 HS2007 480258
12.1 HS2007 480261
12.1 HS2007 480262
12.1 HS2007 480269
12.1 HS2007 4809
12.1 HS2007 481013
12.1 HS2007 481014
12.1 HS2007 481019
12.1 HS2007 481022
12.1 HS2007 481029
12.1 HS2012 4801
12.1 HS2012 480210
12.1 HS2012 480220
12.1 HS2012 480254
12.1 HS2012 480255
12.1 HS2012 480256
12.1 HS2012 480257
12.1 HS2012 480258
12.1 HS2012 480261
12.1 HS2012 480262
12.1 HS2012 480269
12.1 HS2012 4809
12.1 HS2012 481013
12.1 HS2012 481014
12.1 HS2012 481019
12.1 HS2012 481022
12.1 HS2012 481029
12.1 HS2017 4801
12.1 HS2017 480210
12.1 HS2017 480220
12.1 HS2017 480254
12.1 HS2017 480255
12.1 HS2017 480256
12.1 HS2017 480257
12.1 HS2017 480258
12.1 HS2017 480261
12.1 HS2017 480262
12.1 HS2017 480269
12.1 HS2017 4809
12.1 HS2017 481013
12.1 HS2017 481014
12.1 HS2017 481019
12.1 HS2017 481022
12.1 HS2017 481029
12.1.1 HS2002 4801
12.1.1 HS2007 4801
12.1.1 HS2012 4801
12.1.1 HS2017 4801
12.1.2 HS2002 480261
12.1.2 HS2002 480262
12.1.2 HS2002 480269
12.1.2 HS2007 480261
12.1.2 HS2007 480262
12.1.2 HS2007 480269
12.1.2 HS2012 480261
12.1.2 HS2012 480262
12.1.2 HS2012 480269
12.1.2 HS2017 480261
12.1.2 HS2017 480262
12.1.2 HS2017 480269
12.1.3 HS2002 480210
12.1.3 HS2002 480220
12.1.3 HS2002 480254
12.1.3 HS2002 480255
12.1.3 HS2002 480256
12.1.3 HS2002 480257
12.1.3 HS2002 480258
12.1.3 HS2007 480210
12.1.3 HS2007 480220
12.1.3 HS2007 480254
12.1.3 HS2007 480255
12.1.3 HS2007 480256
12.1.3 HS2007 480257
12.1.3 HS2007 480258
12.1.3 HS2012 480210
12.1.3 HS2012 480220
12.1.3 HS2012 480254
12.1.3 HS2012 480255
12.1.3 HS2012 480256
12.1.3 HS2012 480257
12.1.3 HS2012 480258
12.1.3 HS2017 480210
12.1.3 HS2017 480220
12.1.3 HS2017 480254
12.1.3 HS2017 480255
12.1.3 HS2017 480256
12.1.3 HS2017 480257
12.1.3 HS2017 480258
12.1.4 HS2002 4809
12.1.4 HS2002 481013
12.1.4 HS2002 481014
12.1.4 HS2002 481019
12.1.4 HS2002 481022
12.1.4 HS2002 481029
12.1.4 HS2007 4809
12.1.4 HS2007 481013
12.1.4 HS2007 481014
12.1.4 HS2007 481019
12.1.4 HS2007 481022
12.1.4 HS2007 481029
12.1.4 HS2012 4809
12.1.4 HS2012 481013
12.1.4 HS2012 481014
12.1.4 HS2012 481019
12.1.4 HS2012 481022
12.1.4 HS2012 481029
12.1.4 HS2017 4809
12.1.4 HS2017 481013
12.1.4 HS2017 481014
12.1.4 HS2017 481019
12.1.4 HS2017 481022
12.1.4 HS2017 481029
12.2 HS2002 4803
12.2 HS2007 4803
12.2 HS2012 4803
12.2 HS2017 4803
12.3 HS2002 480411
12.3 HS2002 480419
12.3 HS2002 480421
12.3 HS2002 480429
12.3 HS2002 480431
12.3 HS2002 480439
12.3 HS2002 480442
12.3 HS2002 480449
12.3 HS2002 480451
12.3 HS2002 480452
12.3 HS2002 480459
12.3 HS2002 480511
12.3 HS2002 480512
12.3 HS2002 480519
12.3 HS2002 480524
12.3 HS2002 480525
12.3 HS2002 480530
12.3 HS2002 480591
12.3 HS2002 480592
12.3 HS2002 480593
12.3 HS2002 480610
12.3 HS2002 480620
12.3 HS2002 480640
12.3 HS2002 4808
12.3 HS2002 481031
12.3 HS2002 481032
12.3 HS2002 481039
12.3 HS2002 481092
12.3 HS2002 481099
12.3 HS2002 481151
12.3 HS2002 481159
12.3 HS2007 480411
12.3 HS2007 480419
12.3 HS2007 480421
12.3 HS2007 480429
12.3 HS2007 480431
12.3 HS2007 480439
12.3 HS2007 480442
12.3 HS2007 480449
12.3 HS2007 480451
12.3 HS2007 480452
12.3 HS2007 480459
12.3 HS2007 480511
12.3 HS2007 480512
12.3 HS2007 480519
12.3 HS2007 480524
12.3 HS2007 480525
12.3 HS2007 480530
12.3 HS2007 480591
12.3 HS2007 480592
12.3 HS2007 480593
12.3 HS2007 480610
12.3 HS2007 480620
12.3 HS2007 480640
12.3 HS2007 4808
12.3 HS2007 481031
12.3 HS2007 481032
12.3 HS2007 481039
12.3 HS2007 481092
12.3 HS2007 481099
12.3 HS2007 481151
12.3 HS2007 481159
12.3 HS2012 480411
12.3 HS2012 480419
12.3 HS2012 480421
12.3 HS2012 480429
12.3 HS2012 480431
12.3 HS2012 480439
12.3 HS2012 480442
12.3 HS2012 480449
12.3 HS2012 480451
12.3 HS2012 480452
12.3 HS2012 480459
12.3 HS2012 480511
12.3 HS2012 480512
12.3 HS2012 480519
12.3 HS2012 480524
12.3 HS2012 480525
12.3 HS2012 480530
12.3 HS2012 480591
12.3 HS2012 480592
12.3 HS2012 480593
12.3 HS2012 480610
12.3 HS2012 480620
12.3 HS2012 480640
12.3 HS2012 4808
12.3 HS2012 481031
12.3 HS2012 481032
12.3 HS2012 481039
12.3 HS2012 481092
12.3 HS2012 481099
12.3 HS2012 481151
12.3 HS2012 481159
12.3 HS2017 480411
12.3 HS2017 480419
12.3 HS2017 480421
12.3 HS2017 480429
12.3 HS2017 480431
12.3 HS2017 480439
12.3 HS2017 480442
12.3 HS2017 480449
12.3 HS2017 480451
12.3 HS2017 480452
12.3 HS2017 480459
12.3 HS2017 480511
12.3 HS2017 480512
12.3 HS2017 480519
12.3 HS2017 480524
12.3 HS2017 480525
12.3 HS2017 480530
12.3 HS2017 480591
12.3 HS2017 480592
12.3 HS2017 480593
12.3 HS2017 480610
12.3 HS2017 480620
12.3 HS2017 480640
12.3 HS2017 4808
12.3 HS2017 481031
12.3 HS2017 481032
12.3 HS2017 481039
12.3 HS2017 481092
12.3 HS2017 481099
12.3 HS2017 481151
12.3 HS2017 481159
12.3.1 HS2002 480411
12.3.1 HS2002 480419
12.3.1 HS2002 480511
12.3.1 HS2002 480512
12.3.1 HS2002 480519
12.3.1 HS2002 480524
12.3.1 HS2002 480525
12.3.1 HS2002 480591
12.3.1 HS2007 480411
12.3.1 HS2007 480419
12.3.1 HS2007 480511
12.3.1 HS2007 480512
12.3.1 HS2007 480519
12.3.1 HS2007 480524
12.3.1 HS2007 480525
12.3.1 HS2007 480591
12.3.1 HS2012 480411
12.3.1 HS2012 480419
12.3.1 HS2012 480511
12.3.1 HS2012 480512
12.3.1 HS2012 480519
12.3.1 HS2012 480524
12.3.1 HS2012 480525
12.3.1 HS2012 480591
12.3.2 HS2002 480442
12.3.2 HS2002 480449
12.3.2 HS2002 480451
12.3.2 HS2002 480452
12.3.2 HS2002 480459
12.3.2 HS2002 480592
12.3.2 HS2002 481032
12.3.2 HS2002 481039
12.3.2 HS2002 481092
12.3.2 HS2002 481151
12.3.2 HS2002 481159
12.3.2 HS2007 480442
12.3.2 HS2007 480449
12.3.2 HS2007 480451
12.3.2 HS2007 480452
12.3.2 HS2007 480459
12.3.2 HS2007 480592
12.3.2 HS2007 481032
12.3.2 HS2007 481039
12.3.2 HS2007 481092
12.3.2 HS2007 481151
12.3.2 HS2007 481159
12.3.2 HS2012 480442
12.3.2 HS2012 480449
12.3.2 HS2012 480451
12.3.2 HS2012 480452
12.3.2 HS2012 480459
12.3.2 HS2012 480592
12.3.2 HS2012 481032
12.3.2 HS2012 481039
12.3.2 HS2012 481092
12.3.2 HS2012 481151
12.3.2 HS2012 481159
12.3.2 HS2017 480442
12.3.2 HS2017 480449
12.3.2 HS2017 480451
12.3.2 HS2017 480452
12.3.2 HS2017 480459
12.3.2 HS2017 480592
12.3.2 HS2017 481032
12.3.2 HS2017 481039
12.3.2 HS2017 481092
12.3.2 HS2017 481151
12.3.2 HS2017 481159
12.3.3 HS2002 480421
12.3.3 HS2002  480429
12.3.3 HS2002  480431
12.3.3 HS2002 480439
12.3.3 HS2002 480530
12.3.3 HS2002 480610
12.3.3 HS2002 480620
12.3.3 HS2002 480640
12.3.3 HS2002 4808
12.3.3 HS2002 481031
12.3.3 HS2002 481099
12.3.3 HS2007 480421
12.3.3 HS2007 480429
12.3.3 HS2007 480431
12.3.3 HS2007 480439
12.3.3 HS2007 480530
12.3.3 HS2007 480610
12.3.3 HS2007 480620
12.3.3 HS2007 480640
12.3.3 HS2007 4808
12.3.3 HS2007 481031
12.3.3 HS2007 481099
12.3.3 HS2012 480421
12.3.3 HS2012 480429
12.3.3 HS2012 480431
12.3.3 HS2012 480439
12.3.3 HS2012 480530
12.3.3 HS2012 480610
12.3.3 HS2012 480620
12.3.3 HS2012 480640
12.3.3 HS2012 4808
12.3.3 HS2012 481031
12.3.3 HS2012 481099
12.3.3 HS2017 480421
12.3.3 HS2017 480429
12.3.3 HS2017 480431
12.3.3 HS2017 480439
12.3.3 HS2017 480530
12.3.3 HS2017 480610
12.3.3 HS2017 480620
12.3.3 HS2017 480640
12.3.3 HS2017 4808
12.3.3 HS2017 481031
12.3.3 HS2017 481099
12.3.4 HS2002 480593
12.3.4 HS2007 480593
12.3.4 HS2012 480593
12.3.4 HS2017 480593
12.4 HS2002 480240
12.4 HS2002 480441
12.4 HS2002 480540
12.4 HS2002 480550
12.4 HS2002 480630
12.4 HS2002 4812
12.4 HS2002 4813
12.4 HS2007 480240
12.4 HS2007 480441
12.4 HS2007 480540
12.4 HS2007 480550
12.4 HS2007 480630
12.4 HS2007 4812
12.4 HS2007 4813
12.4 HS2012 480240
12.4 HS2012 480441
12.4 HS2012 480540
12.4 HS2012 480550
12.4 HS2012 480630
12.4 HS2012 4812
12.4 HS2012 4813
12.4 HS2017 480240
12.4 HS2017 480441
12.4 HS2017 480540
12.4 HS2017 480550
12.4 HS2017 480630
12.4 HS2017 4812
12.4 HS2017 4813
13.1 HS2002 440910
13.1 HS2002 440920 Only some part of it
13.1 HS2007 440910
13.1 HS2007 440929
13.1 HS2012 440910
13.1 HS2012 440929
13.1 HS2017 440910
13.1 HS2017 440922
13.1 HS2017 440929
13.1.C HS2002 440910
13.1.C HS2007 440910
13.1.C HS2012 440910
13.1.C HS2017 440910
13.1.NC HS2002 440920 Only some part of it
13.1.NC HS2007 440929
13.1.NC HS2012 440929
13.1.NC HS2017 440922
13.1.NC HS2017 440929
13.1.NC.T HS2002 440920 Only some part of it
13.1.NC.T HS2007 440929 Only some part of it
13.1.NC.T HS2012 440929 Only some part of it
13.1.NC.T HS2017 440922
13.2 HS2002 4415
13.2 HS2002 4416
13.2 HS2007 4415
13.2 HS2007 4416
13.2 HS2012 4415
13.2 HS2012 4416
13.2 HS2017 4415
13.2 HS2017 4416
13.3 HS2002 4414
13.3 HS2002 4419 Only some part of it
13.3 HS2002 4420
13.3 HS2007 4414
13.3 HS2007 4419 Only some part of it
13.3 HS2007 4420
13.3 HS2012 4414
13.3 HS2012 4419 Only some part of it
13.3 HS2012 4420
13.3 HS2017 4414
13.3 HS2017 441990
13.3 HS2017 4420
13.4 HS2002 441810
13.4 HS2002 441820
13.4 HS2002 441830
13.4 HS2002 441840
13.4 HS2002 441850
13.4 HS2002 441890 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2007 441810
13.4 HS2007 481820
13.4 HS2007 441840
13.4 HS2007 441850
13.4 HS2007 441860
13.4 HS2007 441871 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2007 441872 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2007 441879 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2007 441890 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2012 441810
13.4 HS2012 441820
13.4 HS2012 441840
13.4 HS2012 441850
13.4 HS2012 441860
13.4 HS2012 441871 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2012 441872 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2012 441879 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2012 441890 Only some part of it
13.4 HS2017 441810
13.4 HS2017 441820
13.4 HS2017 441840
13.4 HS2017 441850
13.4 HS2017 441860
13.4 HS2017 441874
13.4 HS2017 441875
13.4 HS2017 441879
13.4 HS2017 441899
13.5 HS2002 940161
13.5 HS2002 940169
13.5 HS2002 940190 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2002 940330
13.5 HS2002 940340
13.5 HS2002 940350
13.5 HS2002 940360
13.5 HS2002 940390 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2007 940161
13.5 HS2007 940169
13.5 HS2007 940190 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2007 940330
13.5 HS2007 940340
13.5 HS2007 940350
13.5 HS2007 940360
13.5 HS2007 940390 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2012 940161
13.5 HS2012 940169
13.5 HS2012 940190 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2012 940330
13.5 HS2012 940340
13.5 HS2012 940350
13.5 HS2012 940360
13.5 HS2012 940390 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2017 940161
13.5 HS2017 940169
13.5 HS2017 940190 Only some part of it
13.5 HS2017 940330
13.5 HS2017 940340
13.5 HS2017 940350
13.5 HS2017 940360
13.5 HS2017 940390 Only some part of it
13.6 HS2002 9406 Only some part of it
13.6 HS2007 9406 Only some part of it
13.6 HS2012 9406 Only some part of it
13.6 HS2017 940610
13.7 HS2002 4404
13.7 HS2002 4405
13.7 HS2002 4413
13.7 HS2002 4417
13.7 HS2002 442110
13.7 HS2002 442190 Only some part of it
13.7 HS2007 4404
13.7 HS2007 4405
13.7 HS2007 4413
13.7 HS2007 4417
13.7 HS2007 442110
13.7 HS2007 442190 Only some part of it
13.7 HS2012 4404
13.7 HS2012 4405
13.7 HS2012 4413
13.7 HS2012 4417
13.7 HS2012 442110
13.7 HS2012 442190 Only some part of it
13.7 HS2017 4404
13.7 HS2017 4405
13.7 HS2017 4413
13.7 HS2017 4417
13.7 HS2017 442110
13.7 HS2017 442199
14.1 HS2002 4807
14.1 HS2007 4807
14.1 HS2012 4807
14.1 HS2017 4807
14.2 HS2002 481110
14.2 HS2002 481141
14.2 HS2002 481149
14.2 HS2002 481160
14.2 HS2002 481190
14.2 HS2007 481110
14.2 HS2007 481141
14.2 HS2007 481149
14.2 HS2007 481160
14.2 HS2007 481190
14.2 HS2012 481110
14.2 HS2012 481141
14.2 HS2012 481149
14.2 HS2012 481160
14.2 HS2012 481190
14.2 HS2017 481110
14.2 HS2017 481141
14.2 HS2017 481149
14.2 HS2017 481160
14.2 HS2017 481190
14.3 HS2002 4818
14.3 HS2007 4818
14.3 HS2012 4818
14.3 HS2017 4818
14.4 HS2002 4819
14.4 HS2007 4819
14.4 HS2012 4819
14.4 HS2017 4819
14.5 HS2002 4814
14.5 HS2002 4816
14.5 HS2002 4817
14.5 HS2002 4820
14.5 HS2002 4821
14.5 HS2002 4822
14.5 HS2002 4823
14.5 HS2007 4814
14.5 HS2007 4816
14.5 HS2007 4817
14.5 HS2007 4820
14.5 HS2007 4821
14.5 HS2007 4822
14.5 HS2007 4823
14.5 HS2012 4814
14.5 HS2012 4816
14.5 HS2012 4817
14.5 HS2012 4820
14.5 HS2012 4821
14.5 HS2012 4822
14.5 HS2012 4823
14.5 HS2017 4814
14.5 HS2017 4816
14.5 HS2017 4817
14.5 HS2017 4820
14.5 HS2017 4821
14.5 HS2017 4822
14.5 HS2017 4823
14.5.1 HS2002 482390 Only some part of it
14.5.1 HS2007 482390 Only some part of it
14.5.1 HS2012 482390 Only some part of it
14.5.1 HS2017 482390 Only some part of it
14.5.2 HS2002 482370
14.5.2 HS2007 482370
14.5.2 HS2012 482370
14.5.2 HS2017 482370
14.5.3 HS2002 482320
14.5.3 HS2007 482320
14.5.3 HS2012 482320
14.5.3 HS2017 482320
12.6 HS2002 482110 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482190 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482210 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482290 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482312 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482319 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482320 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482340 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482360 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482370 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 482390 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480210 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480220 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480230 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480240 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480254 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480255 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480256 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480257 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480258 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 480261 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002  480262 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002  480269 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481013 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481014 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481019 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481022 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481029 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481031 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481032 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481039 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002 481092 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2002  481099 Only some part of it
12.6 HS2007 481410
12.6 HS2007 481420
12.6 HS2007 481490
12.6 HS2007 481710
12.6 HS2007 481720
12.6 HS2007 481730
12.6 HS2007 482010
12.6 HS2007 482020
12.6 HS2007 482030
12.6 HS2007 482040
12.6 HS2007 482050
12.6 HS2007 482090
12.6 HS2007 482110
12.6 HS2007 482190
12.6 HS2007 482210
12.6 HS2007 482290
12.6 HS2007 482320
12.6 HS2007 482340
12.6 HS2007 482361
12.6 HS2007 482369
12.6 HS2007 482370
12.6 HS2007 482390
12.6 HS2012 481420
12.6 HS2012 481490
12.6 HS2012 481710
12.6 HS2012 481720
12.6 HS2012 481730
12.6 HS2012 482020
12.6 HS2012 482030
12.6 HS2012 482040
12.6 HS2012 482050
12.6 HS2012 482090
12.6 HS2012 482110
12.6 HS2012 482190
12.6 HS2012 482210
12.6 HS2012 482290
12.6 HS2012 482320
12.6 HS2012 482340
12.6 HS2012 482361
12.6 HS2012 482369
12.6 HS2012 482370
12.6 HS2012 482390
12.6.1 HS2002 480210 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480220 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480230 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480240 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480254 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480255 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480256 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480257 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480258 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 480261 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002  480262 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002  480269 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481013 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481014 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481019 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481022 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481029 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481031 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481032 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481039 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 481092 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002  481099 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2002 482390 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2007 482390 Only some part of it
12.6.1 HS2012 482390 Only some part of it
12.6.2 HS2002 482370
12.6.2 HS2007 482370
12.6.2 HS2012 482370
12.6.3 HS2002 482320
12.6.3 HS2007 482320
12.6.3 HS2012 482320

conversion factors

JFSQ
FOREST SECTOR QUESTIONNAIRE
Conversion Factors
NOTE THESE ARE ONLY GENERAL NUMBERS. IT WOULD BE PREFERABLE TO USE SPECIES- OR COUNTRY-SPECIFIC FACTORS
Multiply the quantity expressed in units on the right side of "per" with the factor to get the value expressed in units on left side of "per".
FAO and UNECE Statistical Publications Results from UNECE/FAO 2009 Conversion Factors Questionnaire (median)
Product JFSQ Product volume to weight volume to area volume/weight of finished product to volume of roundwood volume to weight volume/weight of finished product to volume of roundwood
Code Quantity m3 per MT m3 per m2 Roundwood m3 per MT Roundwood
Unit equivalent equivalent Notes to results of UNECE/FAO Conversion Factor Questionnaire
1 1000 m3 ub ROUNDWOOD (WOOD IN THE ROUGH)
1.1 1000 m3 ub WOOD FUEL, INCLUDING WOOD FOR CHARCOAL 1.38
1.1.C 1000 m3 ub Coniferous 1.60 Green = 1.12 Based on 891 kg/m3 green, basic density of .41, and 20% moisture seasoned
Seasoned = 1.82 Based on 407 kg/m3 dry, assuming 20% moisture
1.1.NC 1000 m3 ub Non-Coniferous 1.33 Green=1.05 Based on 1137 kg/m3 green, specific gravity of .55, and 20% moisture seasoned
Seasoned=1.43
1.2 1000 m3 ub INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD
1.2.C 1000 m3 ub Coniferous 1.10 Based on 50/50 ratio of share of logs/pulpwood in industrial roundwood
1.2.NC 1000 m3 ub Non-Coniferous 0.91 Based on 50/50 ratio of share of logs/pulpwood in industrial roundwood
1.2.NC.T 1000 m3 ub of which:Tropical 1.37 AFRICA=1.31, ASIA=0.956, LA. AM= 0.847, World=1.12 Source: Fonseca "Measurement of Roundwood" 2005, ITTO Annual Review 2007, table 3-2-a Species weight averaged using m3/tonne from Fonseca 2005 and volume exported by species from each region as shown in ITTO 2007 (assumes that bark is removed)
1.2.1 1000 m3 ub SAWLOGS AND VENEER LOGS 1.05 Based on 950 kg/m3 green. Bark is included in weight but not in volume.
1.2.1.C 1000 m3 ub Coniferous 1.43 1.07 Based on 935 kg/m3 green. Bark is included in weight but not in volume.
1.2.1.NC 1000 m3 ub Non-Coniferous 1.25 0.91 Based on 1093 kg/m3 green. Bark is included in weight but not in volume.
1.2.2 1000 m3 ub PULPWOOD (ROUND & SPLIT) 1.48 1.08 Based on 930 kg/m3 green. Bark is included in weight but not in volume.
1.2.2.C 1000 m3 ub Coniferous 1.54 1.12 Based on 891 kg/m3 green. Bark is included in weight but not in volume.
1.2.2.NC 1000 m3 ub Non-Coniferous 1.33 0.91 Based on 1095 kg/m3 green. Bark is included in weight but not in volume.
1.2.3 1000 m3 ub OTHER INDUSTRIAL ROUNDWOOD 1.33 1.07
1.2.3.C 1000 m3 ub Coniferous 1.43 1.12 same as 1.2.2.C
1.2.3.NC 1000 m3 ub Non-Coniferous 1.25 0.91 same as 1.2.2.NC
2 1000 MT WOOD CHARCOAL 6.00 5.35 Does not include the use of any of the wood fiber to generate the heat to make (add about 30% if inputted wood fiber used to provide heat)
3 1000 m3 WOOD CHIPS, PARTICLES AND RESIDUES
3.1 1000 m3 WOOD CHIPS AND PARTICLES 1.60 softwood=1.19 1.205 Based on swe/odmt of 2.41 and avg delivered mt / odmt of 2.0 in solid m3
hardwood = 1.05 1.123 Based on swe/odmt of 2.01 and avg delivered mt / odmt of 1.79 in solid m3
mix = 1.15
3.2 1000 m3 WOOD RESIDUES 1.50 Green=1.15 Based on wood chips
Seasoned = 2.12 2.07 Assumption for seasoned is based on average basic density of .42 from questionnaire and assumes 15% moisture content
4 1000 MT WOOD PELLETS AND OTHER AGGLOMERATES
4.1 1000 MT WOOD PELLETS 1.51 1.44 Bulk (loose) volume, 5-10% moisture
4.2 1000 MT OTHER AGGLOMERATES 1.31 2.29 roundwood equivalent is m3rw/odmt, volume to weight is bulk (loose volume)
5 1000 m3 SAWNWOOD 1.6 / 1.82*
5.C 1000 m3 Coniferous 1.82 Green=1.202 RoughGreen=1.67 Green sawnwood based on basic density of .94, less bark (11%)
Dry = 1.99 RoughDry=1.99 Dry sawnwood weight based on basic density of .42, 4% shrinkage and 15% moisture content
PlanedDry=2.13
5.NC 1000 m3 Non-Coniferous 1.43 Green=1.04 RoughGreen=1.86 Green sawnwood based on basic density of 1.09, less bark (12%)
Seasoned=1.50 RoughDry=2.01 Dry sawnwood weight based on basic density of .55, 5% shrinkage and 15% moisture content
PlanedDry=2.81
5.NC.T 1000 m3 of which:Tropical
6 1000 m3 WOOD-BASED PANELS 1.6
6.1 1000 m3 VENEER SHEETS 1.33 0.0025 1.9*
6.1.C 1000 m3 Coniferous 0.003 Green=1.20 1.5*** Green veneer based on basic density of .94, less bark (11%)
Seasoned=2.06 1.6*** Dry veneer weight based on basic density of .42, 9% shrinkage and 5% moisture content
6.1.NC 1000 m3 Non-Coniferous 0.001 Green=1.04 1.5*** Green veneer based on basic density of 1.09, less bark (11%)
Seasoned=1.53 1.6*** Dry veneer weight based on basic density of .55, 11.5% shrinkage and 5% moisture content
6.1.NC.T 1000 m3 of which:Tropical
6.2 1000 m3 PLYWOOD 1.54 0.105 2.3*
6.2.C 1000 m3 Coniferous 0.0165*** 1.69 2.12 dried, sanded, peeled
6.2.NC 1000 m3 Non-Coniferous 0.0215*** 1.54 1.92 dried, sanded, sliced
6.2.NC.T 1000 m3 of which:Tropical
6.3 1000 m3 PARTICLE BOARD (including OSB) 1.54
6.3x 1000 m3 PARTICLE BOARD (excluding OSB) 0.018*** 1.53 1.50
6.3.1 1000 m3 of which: OSB 0.018*** 1.67 1.63
6.4 1000 m3 FIBREBOARD
6.4.1 1000 m3 HARDBOARD 1.05 0.005
Alex McCusker: Alex McCusker: 0.003 per Conversion Factors Study
1.06 1.93 solid wood per m3 of product
6.4.2 1000 m3 MEDIUM/HIGH DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF/HDF) 2.00 0.016 1.37 1.70 solid wood per m3 of product
6.4.3 1000 m3 INSULATING BOARD 4.00 0.025 3.44 0.71 solid wood per m3 of product
7 1000 MT WOOD PULP 3.37 3.86
7.1 1000 MT MECHANICAL 2.50 air-dried metric ton
7.2 1000 MT SEMI-CHEMICAL 2.70 air-dried metric ton
7.3 1000 MT CHEMICAL 4.90
7.3.1 1000 MT SULPHATE UNBLEACHED 4.63 air-dried metric ton
7.3.2 1000 MT SULPHATE BLEACHED 4.50 air-dried metric ton
7.3.3 1000 MT SULPHITE UNBLEACHED 4.64 air-dried metric ton
7.3.4 1000 MT SULPHITE BLEACHED 5.01 air-dried metric ton
7.4 1000 MT DISSOLVING GRADES 5.65 air-dried metric ton
8 1000 MT OTHER PULP
8.1 1000 MT PULP FROM FIBRES OTHER THAN WOOD
8.2 1000 MT RECOVERED FIBRE PULP
9 1000 MT RECOVERED PAPER 1.28 MT in per MT out
10 1000 MT PAPER AND PAPERBOARD 3.37 3.6
10.1 1000 MT GRAPHIC PAPERS
10.1.1 1000 MT NEWSPRINT 2.80 air-dried metric ton
10.1.2 1000 MT UNCOATED MECHANICAL 3.50 air-dried metric ton
10.1.3 1000 MT UNCOATED WOODFREE
10.1.4 1000 MT COATED PAPERS 3.95 air-dried metric ton
10.2 1000 MT SANITARY AND HOUSEHOLD PAPERS 4.90 air-dried metric ton
10.3 1000 MT PACKAGING MATERIALS 3.25 air-dried metric ton
10.3.1 1000 MT CASE MATERIALS 4.20 air-dried metric ton
10.3.2 1000 MT CARTONBOARD 4.00 air-dried metric ton
10.3.3 1000 MT WRAPPING PAPERS 4.10 air-dried metric ton
10.3.4 1000 MT OTHER PAPERS MAINLY FOR PACKAGING 4.00 air-dried metric ton
10.4 1000 MT OTHER PAPER AND PAPERBOARD N.E.S 3.48 air-dried metric ton
For inverse relationships divide 1 by the factor given, e.g. to convert m3 of wood charcoal to mt divide 1 by m3/mt factor of 6 = 0.167
Notes: Forest Measures
MT = metric tonnes (1000 kg) Unit m3/unit m3/unit
m3 = cubic meters (solid volume) 1000 board feet (sawlogs) 4.53**
m2 = square meters 1000 board feet (sawnwood - nominal) 2.36 1.69 nominal board feet to actual m3
(s) = solid volume 1000 square feet (1/8 inch thickness) 0.295
cord 3.625 2.43
Unit Conversion cord (pulpwood) 2.55 2.43
1 inch = 25.4 millimetres cord (wood fuel) 2.12 2.43
1 square foot = 0.0929 square metre cubic foot 0.02832
1 pound = 0.454 kilograms cubic foot (stacked) 0.01841
1 short ton (2000 pounds) = 0.9072 metric ton cunit 2.83
1 long ton (2240 pounds) = 1.016 metric ton fathom 6.1164
Bold = FAO published figure hoppus cubic foot 0.0222
hoppus super(ficial) foot 0.00185
* = ITTO hoppus ton (50 hoppus cubic feet) 1.11
** = obolete - more recent figures would be Petrograd Standard 4.672
for OR, WA, AK (west of Cascades), SE US (Doyle region): 6.3 stere 1 0.67
Inland west US, Great Lakes US, E. Can.: 5.7 stere (pulpwood) 0.72 0.67
NE US Int 1/4": 5 stere (wood fuel) 0.65 0.67
*** = Conversion Factor Study, US figures, rotary for conifer and sliced for non-conifer
Fonseca *Measurement of Roundwood" 2005. Estimated by Matt Fonseca based on regional knowledge of the scaling methods and timber types
prepared February 2004
updated 2007 with RWE factors
updated 2009 with provisional results of forest products conversion factors study
updated 2011 with results of forest products conversion factors study (DP49)

JFSQ Item codes

Below are algebraic expressions of the relationships of items in the JFSQ. These are to help in understanding and filling out the JFSQ in a way to minimize inconsistencies.

1 = 1.1 + 1.2

1.1 = 1.1.C + 1.1.NC

1.2 = 1.2.1 + 1.2.2 + 1.2.3

= 1.2.C + 1.2.NC

= 1.2.1.C + 1.2.1.NC + 1.2.2.C + 1.2.2.NC + 1.2.3.C + 1.2.3.NC

1.2.C = 1.2.1.C + 1.2.2.C + 1.2.3.C

1.2.NC = 1.2.1.NC + 1.2.2.NC + 1.2.3.NC

1.2.NC ≥ 1.2.NC.T

1.2.1 = 1.2.1.C + 1.2.1.NC

1.2.2 = 1.2.2.C + 1.2.2.NC

1.2.3 = 1.2.3.C + 1.2.3.NC

1.2.NC.T >= 1.2.NC

3 = 3.1 + 3.2

5 = 5.1 + 5.2

6 = 6.C + 6.NC

6.NC ≥ 6.NC.T

7 = 7.C + 7.NC

7.NC ≥ 7.NC.T

8 = 8.1 + 8.2 + 8.3

8.1 = 8.1.C + 8.1.NC

8.1.NC ≥ 8.1.NC.T

8.2 ≥ 8.2.1

8.3 = 8.3.1 + 8.3.2 + 8.3.3

9 = 9.1 + 9.2 + 9.3

9.2 = 9.2.1 + 9.2.2

9.2.1 >= 9.2.1.1

10 = 10.1 + 10.2

12 = 12.1 + 12.2 + 12.3 + 12.4

12.1 = 12.1.1 + 12.1.2 + 12.1.3 + 12.1.4

12.3 = 12.3.1 + 12.3.2 + 12.3.3 + 12.3.4

13.1 = 13.1.C + 13.1.NC

13.1.NC >= 13.1.NC.T

14.5 >= 14.5.1 + 14.5.2 + 14.5.3

JFSQ Item codes

Below are algebraic expressions of the relationships of items in the JFSQ. These are to

help in understanding and filling out the JFSQ in a way to minimize inconsistencies.

1 = 1.1 + 1.2

1.1 = 1.1.C + 1.1.NC

1.2 = 1.2.1 + 1.2.2 + 1.2.3

= 1.2.C + 1.2.NC

= 1.2.1.C + 1.2.1.NC + 1.2.2.C + 1.2.2.NC + 1.2.3.C + 1.2.3.NC

1.2.C = 1.2.1.C + 1.2.2.C + 1.2.3.C

1.2.NC = 1.2.1.NC + 1.2.2.NC + 1.2.3.NC

1.2.NC ≥ 1.2.NC.T

1.2.1 = 1.2.1.C + 1.2.1.NC

1.2.2 = 1.2.2.C + 1.2.2.NC

1.2.3 = 1.2.3.C + 1.2.3.NC

1.2.NC.T >= 1.2.NC

3 = 3.1 + 3.2

5 = 5.1 + 5.2

6 = 6.C + 6.NC

6.NC ≥ 6.NC.T

7 = 7.C + 7.NC

7.NC ≥ 7.NC.T

8 = 8.1 + 8.2 + 8.3

8.1 = 8.1.C + 8.1.NC

8.1.NC ≥ 8.1.NC.T

8.2 ≥ 8.2.1

8.3 = 8.3.1 + 8.3.2 + 8.3.3

9 = 9.1 + 9.2 + 9.3

9.2 = 9.2.1 + 9.2.2

9.2.1 >= 9.2.1.1

10 = 10.1 + 10.2

12 = 12.1 + 12.2 + 12.3 + 12.4

12.1 = 12.1.1 + 12.1.2 + 12.1.3 + 12.1.4

12.3 = 12.3.1 + 12.3.2 + 12.3.3 + 12.3.4

13.1 = 13.1.C + 13.1.NC

13.1.NC >= 13.1.NC.T

14.5 >= 14.5.1 + 14.5.2 + 14.5.3

Symbol usage

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possible, please try to use the following symbols. Blank spaces leave us unsure whether

the data are not available or whether they are zero.

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0 = nil or less than half the unit indicated

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