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During the 2nd half of November Forest Business Analytics (FBA) will be running its 1st quarterly log prices outlook for Nordic countries. These outlooks are based on a large number of people’s sentiments concerning changes in the markets over the coming year. Anybody who has some exposure or an understanding of the log and wood […]
Have you ever thought what factors determine timber supply among non-industrial private forest owners? In this post, I discuss some basic theories that drive decisions of NIPF owners, and I focus on some factors that are crucial when you are planning to start a new timber business in particular location. Enjoy!
In the 1990s-2000s, Norske Skog invested tens of billions Norwegian Krone to become the world’s largest newspaper (newsprint) and magazine paper company. Then the rapid development of internet occured, which clipped the wings of Norske Skog. During last years, Norske Skogindustrier ASA or Norske Skog, which translates as Norwegian Forest Industries, were in continuous troubles made mostly by an oversupply in the paper […]
This post shows pulpwood monsters. Have you seen them before?
A parking lot and stretch of highway made from recycled toilet paper help move a portion of the sludge out of the wastewater stream.
This post focuses on harvesting and wood supply chain management in the one of the most developed forestry regions in the world. Click to continue!
Södra is strengthening the long-term competitiveness of its planing operations and intends to co-locate the units in Ronneby and Kallinge. The new proposed location will be in Kallinge, where SEK 25 million is to be invested in upgrading to a paint system that is more environmentally sustainable, in new machinery and in improvements to the […]
Mondi has decided to postpone its €135-million investment (roughly C$196 million) in a new machine glazed speciality kraft paper machine at its Steti mill in the Czech Republic after a “careful review of market conditions.”
BRUSSELS, Sept 13 (Reuters) – The European Parliament backed a proposal on Wednesday under which EU countries would balance out their CO2 emissions with absorption of greenhouse gases by forests and agricultural land.