Definition: Roundwood production
Roundwood production (as a synonymous term for "Remopvals"): comprise all quantities of wood removed from the forest and other wooded land, and trees outside the forest during a certain period of time. Roundwood is divided into two principal categories: industrial roundwood and fuelwood. The commodities included in industrial roundwood are logs,
pulpwood, and pitprops and other industrial wood. Logs are used for the production of sawnwood (including sleepers) and veneer sheets. Pulpwood is wood in the rough other than logs, for the manufacture of pulp, particleboard and fibreboard. Fuelwood is wood in the rough (from trunks and branches of trees), to be used as fuel.
Agriculture statistics - Quarterly bulletin, 1989-1999, 4/2000, p.125