We believe what is left on the site is much more important than what is harvested from the sites.
We rotate our harvest across the land base to maintain a mix of different habitat types with trees of different ages in each management area. It helps our forests to be healthy, produce more and be more resistant to fire, insects and other pathogens.
1. Felling/Logging activity
Which aims to cut trees quickly, precisely, safely, and ensure/regulate the quality of timber, thus supporting and facilitating further activities.
The activity of moving wood from logging site to wood collection point (TPn) which aims to: Remove all timber from the logging area to the TPn and Minimize environmental impacts.
Harvesting process activity after an extraction that aims to convert logs into smaller pieces according to the specified size.
The activity on building dumps of stems according to species and spec. Which aims to make timber easy to measure according to standard rules and facilitate the movement of wood during hauling activity.
Timber transportation activity from TPn to TPk using vehicle.