New Forest Certification Frontiers: Interview with Krzysztof Wypij of Bureau Veritas.

New Forest Certification Frontiers: Interview with Krzysztof Wypij of Bureau Veritas.

Posted by on Nov 24, 2020 in forest business, forestry, wood market |

In advance of the International Forest Business Conference on December 7-8, 2020, we interviewed a few of the event sponsors and partners to hear their perspectives on why this conference was needed and what are their expectations regarding future forest sector development, especially after post COVID era. For the third interview in our series, we […]

New Forest Investments Frontiers:  Interview with Björn Lyngfelt of Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA).

New Forest Investments Frontiers: Interview with Björn Lyngfelt of Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (SCA).

Posted by on Nov 16, 2020 in forest business, forestry, pulp and paper, wood market |

In advance of the International Forest Business Conference on December 7-8, 2020, we interviewed a few of the event sponsors and partners to hear their perspectives on why this conference was needed and what are their expectations regarding future forest sector development, and its contribution to climate change mitigation efforts. For the second interview in […]

New Forest Business Frontiers in the Baltic Rim Transition Countries:  Interview with Arne Rørå of NORSKOG.

New Forest Business Frontiers in the Baltic Rim Transition Countries: Interview with Arne Rørå of NORSKOG.

Posted by on Nov 10, 2020 in forest business, wood market |

In advance of the International Forest Business Conference on December 7-8, 2020, we interviewed a few of the event sponsors and partners to hear their perspectives on why this conference is needed and what are their expectations regarding future forest sector development, especially after post COVID era. For the first interview in our series, we […]

Development of hybrid poplar plantations hampered by biomass prices

Development of hybrid poplar plantations hampered by biomass prices

Posted by on May 9, 2019 in bioenergy, biofuel, biomass, forest business, wood market |

Łódź, POLAND – MAY 08, 2019 – a new publication from Forest Business Analytics has shown that current market pricing for forest biomass produces negative financial returns from hybrid poplar biomass plantation investments in the western U.S. Our results show that without a significant material increase in the biomass price, improvements in plantation yields or […]

Does the wood market work in Central and Eastern European (CEE) Region? Analysis of New Forest Business Frontiers.

Does the wood market work in Central and Eastern European (CEE) Region? Analysis of New Forest Business Frontiers.

Tens of thousands of trees have been brought down by storms that wreaked havoc across northern and western Poland on August 11th in 2017. Storms brought down around 10 million cubic metres (Mm3) of lumber across 80 000 hectares of forest (total annual harvest in Poland is around 40 Mm3). The question is, how this massive […]

Expires in One Week: Your Early Bird Rate for #IFBC2018!

Expires in One Week: Your Early Bird Rate for #IFBC2018!

The most important conference in Europe – The International Forest Business Conference 2018 (IFBC2018) starts in less than 1 month! IFBC2018 will be a great opportunity to exchange industry experiences and the best market practices. This will guarantee the presence of representatives of the most influential companies from the forestry and wood sector in the world. […]

The International Forest Business Conference 2018 (IFBC2018) starts in less than 2 months!

The International Forest Business Conference 2018 (IFBC2018) starts in less than 2 months!

The most important conference in Europe – The International Forest Business Conference 2018 (IFBC2018) starts in less than 2 months! IFBC2018 will be a great opportunity to exchange industry experiences and the best market practices. This will guarantee the presence of representatives of the most influential companies from the forestry and wood sector in the world. […]

Main factors deciding timber supply among non-industrial private forest (NIPF) owners

Main factors deciding timber supply among non-industrial private forest (NIPF) owners

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! 

The most developed wood supply chain in the world. Others should learn from it…

The most developed wood supply chain in the world. Others should learn from it…

Posted by on Sep 24, 2017 in forest business, pulp and paper, pulpwood, wood market |

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 invests SEK 25 million in Kallinge

Södra invests SEK 25 million in Kallinge

Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in wood construction, wood market |

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 […]