Komatsu Forest Managing Director inspects AUSTimber 2012 site
Recently Mike Jones, Managing Director of Komatsu Forest (Australia) flew to Mount Gambier to meet with AUSTimber 2012 staff and plan the Komatsu Forest Exhibition sites. After viewing the sites for the forwarder competiti
On Friday 18th November, Davids Timber, Victoria’s leading outdoor timber wholesalers, launched their new Light Organic Solvent Preservative (LOSP) treatment plant at their factory in South Dandenong. MC’d by Tony Wilson, of Race Around the World fame, and launched by the Hon. Louise
Many of you will have been involved in and have seen the Woodco Industry Strategy Study which recommended that Woodco develop an Industry Strategic Action Plan. A project team has developed a draft of this plan. This will be presented at regional workshops.
We want your feedback and
The latest HIA Trades Report, a survey of the Housing Industry Association’s builder and sub-contractor members, provides new evidence of the continuing weakness in new home building as we head towards the end of 2011.
HIA Acting Chief Economist, Andrew Harvey, said that the pressure
Stakeholders of Tasmania’s valuable special timbers sector who are unhappy with the industry-destroying Tasmanian forestry Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) have the backing of the Federal Coalition. Coalition Forestry spokesman Senator Richard Colbeck said concerns raised by furnitur
The first stage for the sale of up to three forest rotations in the state’s South-East is now under way. Treasurer Jack Snelling has announced the process has now begun with the Request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) open to the market.
“This is the start of the competitive tender
As well as the very latest data collection, mapping and inventory tools that have already been detailed in a previous update, forest management and estate planning have also been added to this year’s ForestTECH 2011 series. Like remote sensing, foresters involved in the design of this
Over 200 representatives from the forest and wood products industry, government, academia and media gathered in the Crown River Room in Southbank on Friday, 4 November for the Victorian Association of Forest Industries (VAFI) Annual Dinner.
It's been a month of quite momentous and positive change for Forestry Tasmania and the forest industry. Given the magnitude of the change, it's worth bringing you up to date with at least some of the major developments.
Perhaps the most important, from our perspective, has been the c