Electrical and thermal transport properties of the carbon nanotube bulk material compacted by spark plasma sintering have been investigated. The electrical conductivity of the as-prepared sample shows a lnT dependence from 4 to 50 K, after which the conductivity begins to increase approximately linearly with temperature. A magnetic field applied perpendicularly to the sample increases the electrical conductivity in the range of 0-8T at all testing temperatures, indicating that the sample possesses the two-dimensional weak localization at lower temperatures (?50 K), while behaviors like a semimetal at higher temperatures (?50 K). This material acts like a uniform compact consisting of randomly distributed two dimensional graphene layers. For the same material, the thermal conductivity is found to decrease almost linearly with decreasing temperature, similar to that of a single multi-walled carbon nanotube. Magnetic fields applied perpendicularly to the sample cause the thermal conductivity to decrease significantly, but the influence of the magnetic fields becomes weak when temperature increases.