This Review is a very important information tool for everyone involved/interested in Asia Pacific pulpwood plantation and woodchip supply, trading, shipping pulp woody-biomas end using industries. The Review is 185 pages and provides 11 maps, 27 tables, 32 charts, and 83 summaries of woodchip exporters with 2018, 2019 and 2020E (estimated) shipments.
The 11th edition of the New Zealand Forest Products Industry Review is now available.
This Review has become an important tool for everyone involved/interested in the NZ forestry and forest products industry. The 143 page Review includes profiles of 46 forest owners (3,000 to 200,000 ha), 57 sawmills, all NZ wood panel /Engineered Wood products, and all pulp & paper mill owners. The review includes 77 tables and charts. It also provides summaries of our conclusions in the 2004 and 2010 editions; and with full conclusions in our 2010 and 2016 editions - to compare with our 2018 conclusions.
The inside story of New Zealand's looming leaky home catastrophe.
DANA's startling new Review
- What caused most of the carnage?
- Was it preventable?
- Who tried to stop the Rot?
- Who ignored their pleas?
- Who covered it up?
- Who is accountable?
- Why is New Zealand still in denial?
- What cost $30 billion or $100 Billion? You decide
Planted timber plantations generate significant funding and M&A activity every year, as the global forest product industry depends on tree farms for its future growth. To help guide investors through this landscape, the latest Global Tree Farm Economics Review 2017 from RISI provides deep research and analysis, including country attractiveness rankings and expected financial returns from planted forest investments.
The Global Tree Farm Economics Review 2017 includes:
57 country profiles with data on forest trade, timber harvest and certification, and overviews of key issues and opportunities for timberland investors.
99 case studies providing detailed data on tree farm growing costs, wood yields, harvesting costs and stumpage revenues. Also includes average compounded growing cost per cubic meter and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) for various management regimens for 35 species in 34 countries.
Quantitative guidance to investors wanting to analyze selected project investments which include existing forests. Examples are provided in both United States and Europe.
Timberland Investment Attractiveness Rankings for 57 countries, including 7 international benchmarks on political and economic factors and RISI-generated proprietary tree farm-specific factors.
Comparative data on growing costs, IRR, and investment attractiveness rankings, and how they have changed from previous editions of this report in 1997, 2002, 2007, and 2012.
Timberland investment challenges and risks in each major timber producing country in the world.
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