menu-bgimg

What we can offer you

We provide detailed transactional data, cost benchmarks and in-depth analytics for participants in the wood raw materials supply chain.
  • Pricing Data
  • Benchmarks
  • Product Forecasting
  • Advisory Services
  • Analytics
Learn More

SilvaStat360 Platform

  • Price Benchmarks
  • The Beck Group’s Sawmill TQ
  • Timber Supply Analysis 
  • Global Economic Data

Explore Forest2Market's Interactive Business Intelligence Platform

Learn More

Industries

From biomass suppliers in the Baltics to pulp producers in Brazil and TIMOs in the United States, Forest2Market provides products and services for suppliers, producers and other stakeholders in the global forest products industry.

Learn More
x
 

Pete Stewart

Pete Stewart is the Founder, President, and CEO of Forest2Market.

Recent Posts

March 17, 2021
What’s Driving the Disparity Between Log and Lumber Prices?
Southern yellow pine (SYP) lumber prices are at record highs, by huge margins. Forest2Market’s composite SYP lumber...
Continue Reading
February 08, 2021
The Forest Industry Should Embrace the Climate Change Conversation
With the benefit of hindsight, modern Americans often look back in horror at the way many of the rapidly expanding...
Continue Reading
December 21, 2020
Lumber Market 2020 Year in Review: What’s Next?
It’s been a long, strange year, to be sure. While my annual predictions for the forest industry in 2020 didn’t miss...
Continue Reading
August 18, 2020
Why Are Lumber Prices at Record Highs?
After three consecutive record-breaking weeks, southern yellow pine (SYP) lumber prices once again pressed on to set...
Continue Reading
June 03, 2020
Where Do We Go from Here? A Q&A with Forest2Market CEO Pete Stewart
Forest2Market President & CEO Pete Stewart recently participated in a Q&A that is published in the June issue of The...
Continue Reading
March 23, 2020
How the Forest Industry Survives Down Markets, COVID-19 Crisis
Just two months ago, Americans watched cautiously from a distance as the COVID-19 contagion caused a nearly...
Continue Reading
March 18, 2020
The Impact of COVID-19 on Our Industries and Markets
We hope that you and your families are staying well during these especially challenging times. We have been closely...
Continue Reading
January 06, 2020
10 Predictions for Global Forest Industries in 2020
Global pulp market will soften. Hopes of a US-China trade deal might breathe new life into pulp prices, or they...
Continue Reading
January 02, 2019
11 Predictions for Global Wood Consuming Industries in 2019
1. Global pulp market will maintain strength. China will continue to buy more pulp in 2019 as its continued...
Continue Reading
December 10, 2018
Why Have Lumber Prices Fallen?
The US housing sector—a bellwether for economic health—has showed signs of stagnation (and even the prospect of...
Continue Reading
November 02, 2018
Housing Start Forecast: What the Next Five Years Really Look Like
Housing start forecasts are overly optimistic, with many in the industry suggesting we'll see 1.6 million housing...
Continue Reading
January 25, 2018
Charting the Sinking Dollar and Lumber Trade Flows into 2018
An interesting dynamic in global currencies is taking shape. The DJIA continues to soar, tax cuts are on the horizon...
Continue Reading
January 16, 2018
10 Predictions for Global Wood Consuming Industries in 2018
Pulp market will continue to race forward. With China’s moratorium on Mixed Paper imports (as a feedstock), many...
Continue Reading
January 03, 2017
9 Predictions for Global Wood Consuming Industries (& the NBA) in 2017
My predictions for global wood consuming industries (and the NBA) in 2017: US pulp and paper producers will...
Continue Reading
August 30, 2016
Global Wood Consuming Industries: 2016 YTD in Review
At the end of 2015, I put together a list of predictions for global wood consuming businesses for 2016. While 2016...
Continue Reading
April 25, 2016
What Does It Take to Move Pulpwood from Western Russia to Scandinavia by Water?
As many of you know, Forest2Market recently started operating in Europe and western Russia. We have named the new...
Continue Reading
December 22, 2015
9 Predictions for Global Wood Consuming Industries in 2016
We'll be taking a break over the holidays. But not before we close the year with another list of predictions for...
Continue Reading