The cross-laminated timber industry in the DACH region, Italy and the Czech Republic produced in 2020 a little more than 1 million m³ for the first time. Compared to 2019, output grew by 15%. As for this year, figures reported by producers indicate a similar rate of increase. In 2021, the planned production volume will total nearly 1.2 million m³. In 2020, the newcomers Theurl Austrian Premium Timber, Pfeifer Group, Ziegler Group and Ante-Holz (HBS Berga) as well as the new production site of Swiss company Schilliger Holz contributed to a significant increase in production volumes.
The biggest CLT producer 2020, Binderholz Bausysteme, manufactured 220,000 m³ of CLT at its production sites in Unternberg/AT and Burgbernheim/DE. Stora Enso is in second place. Last year, the group produced 170,000 m³ at its Central European sites in Ybbs an der Donau and Bad St. Leonhard. KLH Massivholz ranks third with only one production site in Teufenbach-Katsch and an output of 130,000 m³ in 2020.
Data are taken from Timber-Online’s survey on production. You can find a more detailed analysis here.
In our Datacube, you can see the production sites growing (in number) since 2006.
Instructions: The size of the circle symbolizes the output of single production sites (according to research by Timber-Online). When clicking on one of the circles, you can see the production development and the address of the selected company below the interactive map. In order to compare companies, keep the shift button pressed and click on the desired production sites.
1 m³ = the company did not report figures