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Finnish open forest data system enormously popular

Anyone can view data on forest site conditions and timber stock from 60% of Finnish forests, with no passwords required.

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SCA acquires 10,000 hectares of forest land in Latvia

Latvian Forest Company owns and runs a number of forest holdings in Latvia. The assets comprise 7,600 hectares of productive forest land, 2,000 hectares of farmland and 800 hectares of other land.

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Plywood deliveries from UPM Chudovo‘s new production line started

The first deliveries from the new production line are currently on the way to customers in Europe and Africa. The official inauguration will be in early September.

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Altri Celbi in Portugal achieves new production world record

In terms of specific drying capacity, Celbi achieved 503.3 tons per day and meter of working width on the upgraded drying plant of 4.88 meters sheet width.

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Södra invests SEK 20 million for sustainable transportation solutions

As part of the process to achieve its fossil-free targets by 2030, Södra is now earmarking an investment of SEK 20 million for the additional costs arising from the choice of new and sustainable transport solutions.

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CLECAT and ESC commit to accelerating logistics emissions footprinting and reduction

BRUSSELS, April 17, 2019 (Press Release) -Given the increasing urgency to step up decarbonisation efforts in the logistics sector, European shippers and freight forwarders are committed to logistics emissions footprinting and reduction.

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Andritz starts up new VST dewatering technology at Zellstoff Pöls, Austria

GRAZ, Austria, April 18, 2019 (Press Release) -International technology Group ANDRITZ has successfully started up the latest innovation in dewatering – the Vertical Screw Thickener (VST) – at Zellstoff Pöls AG, Austria.

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Edelmann Group invests Euro 1.3 million to expand production area in Bitterfeld, Germany

HEIDENHEIM, Germany, April 12, 2019 (Press Release) -In July, construction work begins on the extension of the Edelmann plant in Bitterfeld.

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