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Saw milling industry

Issue date: 
2 February 2011

International Year of Forests launched

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February 4, 2011

RusForest acquires forestry company in Boguchany, Krasnoyarsk region in Russia

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01 February 2011

A new actor at the timber market of Arkhangelsk Region to compete for the leading positions

Haing received Russian anti-monopoly approval RusForest AB (Sweden) has completed the acquisition of 86 percent of OAO "LDK-3", a sawmilling operation located in Arkhangelsk and 100 percent of OOO "Infa", a planing mill at the same site from Nothern Shipping Company JSC (NSC).

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29 January 2011

Arkhangelsk Region to Become a Front-Runner in the Development of Biofuel Technologies

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Jan 26, 2011

UPM's associated company Pohjolan Voima is negotiating with the State of Finland and Ilmarinen on the transaction of Fin

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January 24th, 2011

“Luzales” company wood-sawing production modernization project is going to become a priority

"Luzales" company sent an application to become production modernization priority investment project. It was done on the meeting of Industry and Energy Ministry (Jan 19), which was chaired by Alexander Gibezh, deputy minister.

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January 21st, 2011

Canada loses another round in the softwood lumber dispute

The London Court of International Arbitration tribunal has ruled that Canada breached its obligations under the anti-circumvention provisions of the Softwood Lumber Agreement and determined compensatory export measures to remedy the breach.

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18 January 2011

Two Sides reports anti-Greenwash success

18 January 2011, London, UK – Two Sides has achieved measurable success from its national campaign to educate major UK corporate companies such as Banks & Building Societies, Utilities and Telecoms about using misleading or factually incorrect environmental claims in their marketing message to promote lower cost electronic billing and services.

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15 January 2011

Saw milling: Simon and Shock’s US$18.7M forest project requires environmental study

..says EPA
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says a sawmilling project by Simon and Shock International – a timber company – requires an Environmental Impact Assessment before a permit can be granted for the operations to go ahead.
The operation is to take place in the Upper Essequibo-Corentyne-North Rupununi District.

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January 20th, 2011

North American log and lumber exports to China up over 150% in 2010

China has come to the rescue for many sawmills and timberland owners in the US and Canada the past year.


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by Dr. Radut