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We offer management consulting services to clients throughout the forest products value chain, from resource providers to end users. Our unique experience allows us to recognise relevant driving forces and assess their impact on client business. We help clients capture strategic opportunities and avoid pitfalls.

One main area of our expertise lies in strategy formulation and execution regarding raw materials, markets and products. For instance, we help our clients find new business prospects in raw materiel procurement or better predict the competitive environment.

Another main area of our skills is to combine our leading-edge industry expertise and management consulting know-how with the best practices in the fields of sustainable ecosystem management and biodiversity protection such as supporting our clients in forest management and chain of custody certification.

Recent study:
Billion hectares of land have potential for forest restoration

We complement the skill set of client organisations with our wide and deep industry specific perspective. Our working methods range from technical analysis to process facilitation and from sparring to scenario workshops. We work well on every level of client organisations. With our unique understanding of the whole forest industry cluster, we can interpret trends or nuances in client business landscapes.

 

You can find some historical background information about central Eurpoean forestry here



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2017-04-20 11:48 |

Grown in Britain is proud to be supporting the Tree Charter Campaign run by the Woodland Trust and supported by more than 70 organisations. The Tree Charter will be launched on the 800th anniversary of the original Charter of the Forest, on 6th November 2017. The 1217 Charter of the Forest was written to establish […]

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2017-04-20 09:50 | Training, demonstrations and the establishment of a bamboo shoots enterprise are helping to spread the word about bamboo edibility in Madagascar. Even though bamboo is recognised around the world as a healthy food option and is savoured by food enthusiasts, many people are still unaware of this unique plant’s edibility. One such place is Mananjary, […]

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2017-04-20 09:01 | The origin of the product, traceability and environmental values are important for consumers when it comes to food. Similarly, products […]

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2017-04-20 05:36 |

A new Montana-based online magazine aims to dig deeper into stories about trees and forests that its CEO says are no longer getting covered in-depth by a mainstream media struggling to adapt to staff downsizings and digital deadlines.

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2017-04-20 05:16 |

It’s certainly a bad time to be a Lodgepole Pine, at least in the Hinton area.

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2017-04-20 05:06 |

Anyone who’s primary concern is for the environment might fear that active management might mean developing or damaging some of the last great places on public lands.

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2017-04-20 02:52 | A piece of wood, a chisel, a hacksaw blade and a few hours of time are enough for Vallivireddy Srinivasa Rao to carve out a wooden marvel. Source: The Hindu Times The self-taught artist is adept at making wooden portraits and created over 1000 masterpieces in the past two decades. His fascination for wooden marvels turned into a passion when he was in Class IX. “That was when I spent kneeling down in the principal’s room for not completing my homework. “But, the wooden portraits of Mahatma...

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2017-04-20 02:52 | This month, more than 40 logging trucks and their drivers rallied alongside the CFMEU in a fight for the survival of the Heyfield Mill in Victoria. A strong visual reminder of the role trucking plays in any industry, it’s clear the potential closure of the Heyfield Mill in a town that’s home to 2000 people goes far deeper than just the end of a single company. As the current situation stands, access to areas of Central Highlands timber has been restricted due to the presence of the...

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2017-04-20 02:50 | They say that trees live for thousands of years. Like many things that “they” say, there is a germ of truth in the saying (even though it is mostly false). Sources: The Conversation, ABC News The vast majority of trees that burst forth from seeds dropped on the Australian continent die before reaching maturity, and in fact most die within a few years of germination. But depending on how you define a tree, a very select few trees can live for an astoundingly long time. If we define a...

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2017-04-20 02:47 | New Zealand needs more trees. An increase in plantation forestry is the best and most immediate answer to reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions, NZ Forest Owners’ Association chief executive officer David Rhodes said in Whangarei. Sources: The New Zealand Herald, Northern Advocate He told about 50 people assembled for the Northland launch of a New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) report on the New Zealand forest industry there had been very low levels of new...

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2017-04-20 02:46 | Businesses fear abolishing the 457 visa program will make it harder to bring in some types of workers they say are as “rare as hen’s teeth” in WA.  Source: The West While unions complained the changes did not go far enough, the business community was apprehensive about axing a program that had helped keep some kitchens, abattoirs and IT firms, among others, going. The scapping of 457 visas has received mixed reactions from business groups and unions The Chamber of Commerce and Industry warned...

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2017-04-20 02:45 | The Tasmanian Sawmillers Association has added its name to a list of those opposed to the State Government’s plans to open 356,000 hectares of wilderness to logging. Source: The Mercury Association director Robert Torenius briefed the Legislative Council before MLCs were due to begin considering the forestry Bill. However, the Government withdrew the Bill — and the Anti-discrimination Amendment Bill — from the Legislative Council agenda, frustrating some MPs. The Upper House will now not...

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2017-04-20 02:44 | Gas contract swaps must be facilitated and implemented urgently to prevent the national gas crisis from causing widespread collapses across manufacturing. Source: Timberbiz Australian Forest Products Association (AFPA) CEO Mr Ross Hampton called on the Federal government to fully explore the proposal from the Australian Industry Group, which would see Australian gas exporters’ commitments to overseas customers being met with gas from outside eastern Australia. This would effectively free up...

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2017-04-20 02:44 | Primary producers across South Australia are encouraged to take part in a survey to highlight road transport issues as part of the second stage of the 90-day Change@SA Transport Project. Source: Port Lincoln Times The project is a collaboration between Primary Producers SA, Primary Industries and Regions SA and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure to improve issues with productivity and route access. The first stage brought about 50 projects which included enabling road...

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2017-04-20 02:42 | The decision by Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Craig Laundy to accept the Anti-Dumping Commission’s findings that companies in China, Indonesia, Brazil and Thailand exported dumped A4 copy paper into Australia is big win for fair trade and an important step towards a level playing field for domestic producers. Source: Timberbiz Mr Laundy accepted the Commission’s findings that all Chinese, Thai, Brazilian and the majority of Indonesian exporters of A4 copy paper have...

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2017-04-19 23:23 |

Published April 19th, 2017 by John Harding for the North Island Gazette – Source A signing ceremony and dinner was held Tuesday night in Quatsino to celebrate the event Quatsino First Nation signed agreements with three forest companies on Tuesday night, but all of the parties say this is just the start, not the end, of negotiations. Forest companies Western Forest Products Inc., Interfor Corporation …

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2017-04-19 22:38 |

Forests and Poverty Program[1], PROFOR

April 19, 2017

Five broad pathways can help launch the forest-dependent poor onto a sustainable path toward prosperity.  These pathways, referred to as PRIME, identify economic development strategies and build on the premise that forests themselves will remain intact.  

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2017-04-19 16:08 | Fragmentation of ecologically important core forests within the northern Appalachians -- driven by pipeline and access road construction -- is the major threat posed by shale-gas development, according to researchers, who recommend a change in infrastructure-siting policies to head off loss of this critical habitat.

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2017-04-19 15:24 | The world’s forests already have a lot on their plate: Providing flood protection, drinking water purification, lumber, and recreation, plus habitat for about half the world’s mammals, birds and insects.

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2017-04-19 14:00 |

What does active management mean for National Forests?  When people hear this or read this for the very first time, there are many different thoughts.  For those that are in the Forest Industry, it sounds like a good plan that we should have been following for some time.  For those who care mainly about recreation, … Continue reading "Active Management"

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