Roundwood production comprises all quantities of wood removed from the forest felling site during a defined period.
Roundwood production, k m³
Key indicators for forest economy
Economic activities include the forest-based sector (forestry and logging and the primary processing activities) and the wood-based secondary processing and manufacturing activities.
Employment, turnover, and value-added for the forest and forest-based sector typically refers to economic activities such as forestry and logging, manufacture of wood and of products of wood and cork, and manufacture of paper and paper products.
TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN 2020
TOTAL TURNOVER IN 2020
TOTAL VALUE ADDED IN 2019
A substantial part of the employment, turnover and value added in Europe’s wood-based sector takes place in downstream parts of value chains. Below, a more comprehensive overview is presented of economic indicators for the forest-based sector (forestry and logging and the primary processing activities), as well as wood-based secondary processing and manufacturing activities.
Employment by sector, 1000 persons
Forest-based bioeconomy employment encompasses the workforce distributed in different sectors, comprising forestry, primary processing and secondary processing and manufacturing.
Turnover by forest sector, M EUR
Value added, M EUR