Timber and markets

Timber and markets

What finally counts is how much money is left over – the profit. In this rubric there are articles about round timber value added and process optimisation: starting with a look at the raw timber lying in the stand, then through storage, grading and transport all the way up  to its marketing. Another topic is the booming area of bio-energy. Insights are also given into the saw mill and timber industries.

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Timber Storage – Log conservation under Oxygen Exclusion

Logs stored under oxygen exclusion can be an option especially for valuable logs.

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Timber Storage – Dry Storage

You are going to plan a dry storage for timber? Everything to be considered is listed in this recommendation.

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Wet Storage – Site Preparation

How to prepare suitable wet storage sites.

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Wet Storage - Organising Storage and Removal of Timber

Some rules to sustain the quality of timber and to keep track of wet storage.

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Wet Storage - Basics

Advantages and drawbacks of wet storage at a glance.

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Wet Storage – Water Extraction and Irrigation Systems

This article deals with all important questions about water extraction and irrigation systems.

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Timber Storage – Storage Over Bark

The simplest way to store storm-damaged timber is the storage over bark alongside forest roads - if the period of time between processing and transport to the customer is known.

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Overview and Selection of Storage Methods after Calamities

Log-conservation is an important issue after storm events. Due to the situation, there are different methods of log conservation.

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Wet Storage – Winter Operation

This article shows how the irrigation system needs to be handled in winter to prevent the timber and the system itself from damage.

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Timber Storage – Life Conservation

It is possible to leave storm-damaged trees for up to two years in conservation without processing, if certain conditions are met.

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