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Heavy floods may affect timber production in western Germany

Heavy rains in western Europe caused floods to hit Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany and other countries. In Germany alone [...]

Long-term outlook positive for forestry machinery market

The global forestry machinery market, currently valued at around $4 billion, is anticipated to pass $6 billion by 2030, according [...]

Russian Sistema preparing Segezha forestry group for potential IPO this year

Russian conglomerate Sistema on Monday said it is preparing its forestry business Segezha Group for a potential initial public offering [...]

EU climate plan to limit growth in forestry, biomass sector

While recognising the positive role of forests in mitigating global warming, the European Commission has riled the agroforestry and biomass [...]

Global forestry machine market to witness declining sales due to Covid-19; long-term outlook positive

The global forestry machinery market will witness declining sales in the near term amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but the [...]

Forestry association in US seeks extra $500M for COVID-19 stimulus package

The National Association of State Foresters (NASF) is seeking an additional $500 million in federal State and Private Forestry (S [...]

Stora Enso uses drones to identify insect from the air

Stora Enso’s drone research used a drone and a multispectral camera to detect insect damages in Finnish forests. The [...]

The European Green Deal

Becoming the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050 is the greatest challenge and opportunity of our times. To [...]

John Deere starts to cut jobs as it expects sales of the construction and forestry equipment to drop by 15%

Deere & Co. is laying off 57 workers at its Davenport manufacturing plant, saying reduced building activity is expected to [...]

BC forest companies find business opportunities in China and Japan

B.C.’s forests minister Doug Donaldson and 35 senior executives from B.C. forest companies and associations wrapped up [...]