13-15 April 2011 - Expoforest 2011 (and XVI Seminar on harvesting and wood transportation) - Brazil.
3-4 June 2011 - Forestry Harvesting Demo - Forest of Ae, United Kingdom.
5-7 September 2011 - New Zealand Forest Industries 2011 Expo - Rotorua, New Zealand.
22-24 September 2011 - WoodEX for Africa - Johannesburg, South Africa.
11-13 October 2011 - Austrofoma - Rein, Austria.
29-31 March 2012 - AusTimber (and conference) - Mount Gambier, South Australia.
20-22 September 2012 - Demo International - Saint-Raymond, Quebec.
5-8 June 2013 - ElmiaWood - Jonkoping, Sweden.
Recent Research Publications
“Intensity, extent and persistence of soil disturbance caused by timber harvesting in jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forests on Forestcheck monitoring sites”
“Assessing the compatibility of recycled concrete aggregate”
“Characteristics of and challenges faced by logging business owners in Southern New England”
“Economics of coharvesting smallwood by chainsaw and skidder for crop tree management in Missouri”
“Wood biomass supply costs and potential for biomass energy plants in Japan”
Research Results - Using Activity-based Costing For Cut-to-length Harvesting
If your harvesting and transport activities involve producing and transporting many different assortments of timber, are you sure that you are allocating your logistics costs correctly?
A Andersons Transport - Timber Harvesting Manager - Richmond, South Africa. Harvesting 5 000 to 8 000 tonnes of Eucalyptus and wattle per month. Contact Tim Harrison at email@example.com