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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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Gremlins in the woodwork at ForestWood 2018

August 23rd, 2017
It has been announced that the pan-industry ForestWood conference is on again on Wednesday 21 March next year at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington. 
 

Calculating the environmental impact of wood

August 23rd, 2017
In a press release, the Wood Processors and Manufacturers Association notes that New Zealand wood products currently undergo strict and independent, third-party scrutiny to ensure that they comply with the NZ Building Code.  
 

Leading forestry equipment supplier celebrates 25

August 23rd, 2017
This year has marked the silver anniversary for Tigercat, the forestry equipment manufacturer established as a Canadian corporation in 1992. Starting out as a small company with a single prototype and no distribution, Tigercat has come a long way in just 25 years. The brand is marketed in New Zealand through AB Equipment.
 

APEC tightens illegal timber trade controls

August 23rd, 2017
Shipments of lumber, furniture and other wood products sourced from the Asia-Pacific’s protected but dwindling forests are worth hundreds of billions of dollars annually and on the increase. The introduction of enhanced customs checks in APEC could mark a turning point in efforts to combat this scourge.
 

Shedding light on wood formation

August 23rd, 2017
Wood is produced in the cambium layer of a plant’s tissue. Scientists at Scion say fundamental knowledge on the cambium activity, and its mechanisms of action, allows us to control the wood formation process in order to try to maximise productivity without compromising wood quality.
 

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