Modern wooden tree house

British Columbia

Expanding opportunities for wood use within our home province and showcasing BC’s innovation in wood construction around the world remain integral components of FII’s strategy to strengthen the BC forest sector.

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United States flags in a conference room with wooden beams

United States

The United States is BC’s largest market for lumber, mass timber and value-added wood products. FII continues to support a range of programs to expand opportunities for BC wood products south of the border.

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Dining room with wooden beans and furniture at a villa resort in Hui Xin, China

China

China is one of the world’s largest consumers of wood products and is essential to the growth and success of the BC forest sector.

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Erimo Pig Farm, Hokkaido prefecture | Photo: Hokkaido Chuo Bokujyo

Japan

As BC’s second-largest market outside of North America, Japan remains an important and high-value market for BC wood products.

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wooden floors and ceiling at a residential terrace in South Korea

South Korea

South Korea is a small but highly valued market for BC forest products, where Canada is well-positioned to take advantage of market opportunities, particularly in the construction sector.

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Interior fit out of the Taj Rishikesh Hotel made from B.C. wood species, Uttarakhand | Photo: FII India.

India

With projected long-term economic growth and a strong appetite for wood products, India is positioned to become an important market for BC forest products.

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interior wood furniture in living room

Vietnam

As the second-largest exporter of furniture in the Asia-Pacific region after China, Vietnam presents exciting opportunities for the BC forest sector.

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