We promote an environmentally friendly and healthy lifestyle. We value highly the possibility to work with timber, which is a material that in addition to many other good qualities (lightweight, strong, processed easily and with very little use of energy, good heat insulation, beautiful) is also a renewable natural resource. We wish to share the value of this unique building material with as many people as possible.
We promote an environmentally friendly and healthy lifestyle. We highly value the possibility to work with timber, which is a material that in addition to many other good qualities (lightweight, strong, processed easily and with very little use of energy, good heat/cold/sound insulation) is also a renewable natural resource. It helps reduce man-made emissions.
Wood products are substituting more energy intensive materials and substances, including fossil fuels in energy generation, plus steel, concrete, aluminium and plastic across a range of areas in manufacture and construction. We wish to share the value of this unique production/building material with as many people as possible.
Through our years of experiences we have developed our own techniques and ways of working to ensure that we keep productivity to a maximum. That makes us able to provide the most cost effective way to have our production as high as possible.
Laminated timber and glued structures are possible, as are houses (35-80m2) with special conditions such as termite-, earthquake- and storm-resistant especially for tropical areas. We have developed in cooperation with our clients in tropical regions the fastest, most economical and smoothest way to work out “the key in hand” conception.
Our company has experience in loading containers according to the customer needs as well completion of the necessary customs documents. Through the years we have developed our own efficient technique of loading containers, providing us up to 10% more cargo space.
Forests cover a half (51.4%) of Estonia’s land territory. In 2017, the total forest area in Estonia was 2.33 million hectares and the total growing stock of stands was 486 million cbm. Stocked forest land, i.e. the area of stands, was 2.16 million hectares. In 1927 covered forest 20,5% of the territory.
The principal goals set for forestry are safeguarding the sustainable productivity and viability of forests and ensuring the varied and effective use of forests. In order to achieve these aims, it is important in the long term to procure wood in the amount of the increment, increase the volume of reforestation, keep at least 10% of the total forest area under strict protection and enhance the typological representativity of protected forests. For environment-friendly forest management it is important to disturb and damage the natural environment as little as possible when either cutting or any other forest work is performed.