The forest sector is adapting to changing global markets and consumer preferences. While demand for many traditional forest products is strong, there is a growing interest in non-traditional forest products, such as biofuels, paper packaging and compostable bioplastics. The market for these innovative, sustainable and environmentally friendly products is growing in Canada and around the world. Canada's forestry sector is taking this opportunity to advance our transition to a low-carbon economy.
Advances in AI and robotics would have a significant impact on normal working lifestyles, comparable to the change in agricultural societies during the industrial revolution. Forest industries are a major contributor to the U.S. economy, providing jobs from forests to showrooms. The various end-user industries of rubber and wood chemicals include commercial, industrial and domestic.
The forest products transportation market covered in this report is segmented by size into heavy trucks, medium trucks and light trucks and by application in oil and gas, industry and manufacturing, energy and mining, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, and others. This growth is attributed to continuous development plans formulated to boost forest industries in economies such as China, India and Indonesia. Ashland Industries (Ashland) is an American manufacturer of earthmoving equipment for the agricultural, industrial and construction sectors. For example, the use of wood and paper in Maine and Montana may be relatively small compared to more populous states with larger forest industries; however, as a percentage of manufacturing, the forestry industry is very significant in Maine and Montana.