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Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry
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Introduction to Estonian forest and wood industry

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A short introductive presentation about Estonian forest and wood industry.

A short introductive presentation about Estonian forest and wood industry.

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  • 2. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Felling volume in estonian forests, million cbm
    Sustainable felling volume in estonian forests is 12,6 million cbm per year
    Source: Statistical forest inventory
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 3. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Export and import of roundwood in Estonia, million cbm
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 4. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Production and apparent consumption of sawn material in Estonia, thousand cbm. Apparent consumption per capita 1,32 cbm in 2007 was the highest in the world, in Finland it was 1,12.
    Apparent consumption= production –export +import
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 5. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Export and import of sawn material in Estonia, thousand cbm
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 6. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 7. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 8. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Bigger export destination countries of wood and wood products
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee
  • 9. Estonian Forest and WoodIndustriesAssociation
    Distribution of stands by dominant tree species in 2008
    Viljandi mnt 18a, Tallinn, Estonia. E-mail: info@empl.ee, phone: +372 656 7644, website: www.empl.ee

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