Timber Industry news

December, 27, 2006Wartsila wood-fired heating plants for Stora Enso in Russia
Wartsila Corporation has won an order to deliver two BioEnergy wood-fired heating plants to the Finnish/Swedish paper company Stora Enso for installation in Russia. Their combined heating capacity is 24 MWth.
December, 12, 2006Swedwood Company has built a furniture factory in the Leningrad region
The official commissioning ceremony was held on 15 November in Tikhvin town (Leningrad region, Russia).
December, 12, 2006Svetogorsk PPM plans to commission a $150mln plant for bleached pulp production in mid 2007
The news came from the press-service of the Leningrad region government.
December, 12, 2006Finland is worried by Russia’s plans to establish higher export duties on raw timber.
Finnish prime-minister Matti Vanhanen expressed concern about that at the press-conference held after Russian-Finnish talks.
December, 12, 2006Russian export duty on raw timber will reach
Russian export duty on raw timber will reach 24 euros per cubic meter by 2010.
December, 12, 2006500,000 m3 OSP production line
Kronospan management intends to invest money into 500,000 m3 OSP production line to be constructed in Riga.
November, 8, 2006Siempelkamp Academy established
Siempelkamp, the world market leader for continuous presses for the wood-based products industry, has decided to pass on its outstanding expertise and thus, live up to its leadership role in the area of knowledge transfer.
November, 14, 2005Protesters Seek Leader’s Ouster in Lebanon
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) -- Hundreds of thousands of protesters from Hezbollah and its pro-Syrian allies massed Friday in downtown Beirut seeking to force the resignation of Western-backed Prime Minister Fuad Saniora, who was holed up in his office ringed by hundreds of police and combat troops.
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