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ULK Russian Forestry company signs an agreement with WWF and Greenpeace ULK, one of Russia’s largest forestry group of companies recently signed an agreement with WWF Russia. It aims to preserve valuable forests located along spawning rivers in the
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SCA of Sweden has confirmed a new harvesting plan which shows that its harvesting level will increase over the coming five years by an additional one million cubic metres per year over the current level. SCA is Europe’s
The new AFM 75 is a tough-built processing head with high feeding power and excellent geometry for the most demanding logging operations worldwide. With its new HD frame and pins made from SSAB RUUKKI Scandinavian quality steel and
Kalmar Zero Emission RTGs chosen by Safiport Derince in Turkey Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has been awarded a contract to supply two Zero Emission rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) to Safi Derince International Port in Turkey. The order, which
British sustainable packaging company Frugalpac has launched a wine bottle made from 94% recycled paperboard, which it said has a carbon footprint 84% less than that of glass. The Frugal bottle is made from predominantly recycled paperboard, and
Two hours to the northeast of Helsinki and 30 minutes from the city of Kouvola lies an encapsulation of Finnish nature and history. The first Verla groundwood mill was established in 1872, with a board mill built a
International survey on forest education around the world FAO, the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) launched a comprehensive survey on forest education across the world. The survey is an ambitious effort to
Norske Skog’s demand and profits have come down mainly due to national restrictions on the movement of goods and people following the outbreak of the corona pandemic. The restrictions had severe negative impact on operations due to a
How many trees are there on Earth? It sounds like an impossible question, but researchers at the Crowther Lab have come up with a number: 3.04 trillion – or roughly 422 trees per person. That may seem huge,
RJ Fukes Forestry Services are currently recruiting for Harvester and Forwarder operators to work with in our company based in Wales and Scotland. All interested parties please contact our Southern office in Wales Tel 01550721641
Södra invests in the future The global outbreak of COVID-19 has led to a serious global crisis. The extent of the economic impact is uncertain, since both production and demand for forestry products have declined globally according to
Get a free second battery worth up to £199 with ECHO 58v Cordless tool range ECHO 58V tool range is an interchangeable battery system whereby one battery fits multiple power tools. When you’re on the go and busy
Wood CO2ts less marketing campaign launched An industry-wide campaign – Wood CO2ts less – has launched to encourage greater use of wood. The campaign, developed by Swedish Wood in co-operation with Wood for Good and Confederation of Timber
Atlassian is building the world’s tallest hybrid timber building in Sydney to house it’s new headquarters Australian tech giant Atlassian recently unveiled the plan to turn dreams into reality with the launch of the world’s tallest Timber Tower
Wild Bison to return to UK for first time in 6,000 years Bison are set to be introduced to a British woodland following a groundbreaking conservation project in Kent, funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. A trial
Wood products company Setra is reporting an operating profit of SEK 59 million (117) for the first six months of 2020. Net sales totalled SEK 2,203 million (2,383). Operating profits for the second quarter amounted to SEK 47 million (34), with net
Scientific journal Nature has published a paper reporting on dramatically increased levels of forest harvesting, which is not consistent with Swedish statistics and according to Skogsstyrelsen – the Swedish Forest Agency, it is based on dubious methods. In a scientific paper, a
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