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Online editor, Ross Middleton welcomes you to Forestryexpo.co.nz, your most up-to-date portal for forestry equipment, timber supplies, logging equipment and other forestry products and services in New Zealand. This is your one-stop communication medium for anything to do with the forestry sector in New Zealand.

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NZ burns any idea of an aftermarket to flog logs

July 19th, 2017
The total value of logs exported from New Zealand in the 1Q/17 was almost three times as high as the value of exported lumber, reports the respected forestry and timber sector international analyst, the Wood Resource Quarterly.
 

Eastland Port and contractors ‘smash’ throughput records

July 19th, 2017
Proof of the export log debacle/bonanza is in certain wharf-side puddings. Despite a recent wave phenomenon that kept ships from the Gisborne harbour for a week Eastland Port and log marshalling and stevedoring companies ISO and C3 shattered monthly log throughput records in June.
 

Managing sustainable timber harvesting levels

July 19th, 2017
Australian forestry organisation VicForests has released its 2017 Resource Outlook which forecasts the amount of high quality timber that can be commercially supplied from State forests in eastern Victoria on a sustainable basis.
 
Nathan Trushell, acting CEO VicForests said the Resource Outlook is developed using a range of systems and processes.

Double certification forestry muddies the water

July 19th, 2017
PEFC and FSC have agreed to jointly collect and publish data on double certification, starting from last year onwards.
 
More than 69 million hectares (or 16%) of all certified forests globally are double certified to both PEFC and FSC. This is an increase of 30 million hectares compared to data collected by PEFC in 2012.
 

New bio-fuel technology slashes production time

July 19th, 2017
New research from a professor of engineering at UBC's Okanagan Campus might hold the key to bio-fuels that are cheaper, safer and much faster to produce.
 

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