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Slovenia: The value of purchased roundwood decreased by 22% in August

Slovenia's roundwood purchased from private owners in August 2017 was worth Euro 5.9 million, which is 15% more than in the previous month, as the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The values of purchased sawlogs and veneer logs, and...
October 16, 2017

Swedish Forest Agency: Notified final felling areas increased by 17% in September

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Notified area of final felling slightly increased in September in Northern Sweden for the first time this year. While in Southern Sweden notified area of final felling increased at a faster pace, as the Swedish Forest Agency said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The total notified ar...
October 16, 2017

Slovenia: The value of purchased roundwood decreased by 6% in July

Slovenia's roundwood purchased from private owners in July 2017 was worth Euro 5.1 million, which is about 19% more than in the previous month, as the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The values of purchased sawlogs and veneer logs,...
October 12, 2017

Södra appoints Maria Baldin as new Director of Communications and Sustainability

Maria Baldin has been appointed the new Director of Communications and Sustainability at Södra. She will assume her position on 1 January 2018 and will be a member of Group Senior Management, reporting to President and CEO Lars Idermark.Maria Baldin is 50 years old and most recently served as the He...
October 11, 2017

Swedish Forest Agency: Gross felling is estimated to 92.5 million cubic metres in 2017

According to the forecast from the Swedish Forest Agency the gross felling in the year 2017 is estimated to 92.5 million cubic metre. Gross felling in 2016 was 91.6 million cubic metre, as the Swedish Forest Agency said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The forecast is based on severa...
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