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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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2017-05-02 11:39 |

Louisville, MS – joined by federal, state and local leaders, company associates and members of the community, Winston Plywood & Veneer recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new plywood mill in Louisville, Mississippi. The location was once home to a shuttered mill that was destroyed when an F4 tornado struck three years ago. Today, in its place stands a state-of-the-art plywood facility that employs over 300 associates and is expected to generate tens of millions in annual...

--- International Forest Industries ---

2017-05-02 11:16 |

PATA Saldus plans to buy 6 timber drying plants with recuperation. Equipment guaranteed yield by treating 50-millimeter pine wood with a wood moisture 80% the starting and ending moisture 8%. The planned productivity is 40,000 cubic meters a year.

PATA Saldus AS is a Latvia-based joint stock company engaged in the forestry industry. The Company’s business is divided into two areas, logging and timber processing.

A Change of Brand

Over a 15 year...

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2017-05-02 10:53 |

John Deere is extending its JDLink™ in-base subscription service from three to five years on construction and forestry machines. The update is a result of increased customer interest in technology and the integration of 4G hardware in John Deere equipment.

JDLink is a telematics system designed to remotely connect owners and managers to their equipment, and to provide alerts and machine information, including location, utilization, performance and maintenance data to manage where and...

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2017-05-02 10:45 |

Sveaskog’s 1Q 2017 net sales increased by 8% to SEK 1,597 million ($181 million). Total delivery volumes increased by 4% compared with the corresponding period in the previous year while selling prices increased by an average of 2%. Sales of wood raw material totalled 2.9 million cubic metres.

Operating profit from continuing operations increased by 10% to SEK 383 million ($43.4 million), compared to SEK 349 million ($40 million) in 1Q 2016. Higher prices and a positive product mix...

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2017-05-02 04:38 |

The wood products industry has implemented technological advances into each step of the process, from growing seedlings to monitoring tree health, and from milling to creating finished boards.

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2017-05-01 19:31 |

Lech Muszynski, an associate professor at Oregon State University's forestry school, was once a doubter for different reasons. "My first thought was, 'This is a terrible use of timber,'" he said. Then the technology evolved. Muszynski spent a sabbatical touring Europe to visit large and small...(more)

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2017-05-01 17:25 | Analyzing aerial imagery, scientists have found a loss of green cover up to 55 percent in single-family home lots of the Los Angeles region from 2000-09.

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