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May 17th, 2011

Transportation bottleneck in British Columbia

Wood products from British Columbia traditionally have moved south to the United States by way of rail or truck, and to a lesser degree, by sea.

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May 10, 2011

Chainsaw Milling: Domestic Unregulated Deforestation Agents or Local Entrepreneurs?

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05 May 2011

Ilim Group to start the construction of a plant in the scope of investment project in Bratsk

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May 6, 2011

UPM sells its Lohja veneer mill to the mill's operative management

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May 09, 2011

Japan: Timber industry in crisis

Many domestic wood processing mills in coastal areas in eastern Japan suffered extensive damage caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. It is estimated that a capacity of 60,000 cu.m of plywood per month has been lost.
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4th, 2011

First wood framed housing project in Richmond, B.C. lost in massive fire

A massive fire destroyed the controversial wood-framed housing project being constructed in Richmond, British Columbia last night.

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May 4, 2011

Forest Industry Production Continues to Grow in Finland – Cost Developments are Eroding Competitiveness

Finland , May 4, 2011 - “The forest industry's production has recovered both from the recession and the structural changes."

"The industrial policy decisions included in the coming Programme for Government will largely decide how profitable Finnish mills can be in international competition,” says Timo Jaatinen, Director General of the Finnish Forest Industries Federation.

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May 2, 2011

Forestry industry maps out a greener, more sustainable future

EDMONTON - Canada’s forestry industry has been under the gun this decade, facing devastating beetle damage, softwood-lumber tariff battles with the U.S. and attention from environmental groups over logging practices and pollution.

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May 3, 2011

Rosleshoz will develop new relationships with regions durinf the VII Baikal Economic Forum

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April 27, 2011

Your Ecological House


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by Dr. Radut