The Woodworking Industry Development Cluster works on a daily basis for the forest and wood industry to be as effective as possible.
About Estonian Timber
The objective of the Woodworking Industry Development Cluster is to strengthen the international competitiveness of the Estonian wood industry and the organizations participating in the cluster.
Estonian timber companies export a wide range of different product groups, among which the most prominent include sawn and planed timber, pre-fabricated structural details for homes, furniture, modular buildings etc.
Estonian wood introduction
Whats happening now?
Stora Enso Eesti AS
Stora Enso Eesti AS is one of the fifteen partners in the Woodworking Industry Development Cluster and is a subsidiary of Stora Enso - one of the largest wood industry concerns in the world. Stora Enso is a leading provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden constructions and paper on global markets. Their aim is to replace fossil based materials by innovating and developing new products and services based on wood and other renewable materials.
Digital revolution in the Estonian forestry and wood industry
Estonia is famous for its e-solutions and digitalisation. Following the supply chain from the forest to the final product, one can find many examples of the digital revolution in the Estonian forestry and wood industry.
The Estonian Woodworking Industry Development Cluster´s study visit to Japan
From 6th to 15th April the Estonian Woodworking Industry Development Cluster was on a study visit to Japan (Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe Tokyo). The aim was to meet with relevant counterparts in Japan and to map potential business opportunities in timber and woodworking industry. In addition to the members of the Estonian Woodworking Industry Development Cluster, the delegation also included representatives from the Estonian Wooden Houses Association, the Estonian Log Houses Association, Swedbank and the Estonian Employers’ Confederation.
Estonian Cell – Europe’s Largest Producer of Aspen Bleached-Chemi-Thermo-Mechanical Pulp
Estonian Cell AS is part of the international Heinzel Group that ranks with its subsidiaries Zellstoff Pöls AG, Laakirchen Papier AG and Raubling Papier GmbH among the largest producers of market pulp and magazine paper in Central and Eastern Europe. Estonian Cell AS, located in Kunda, Estonia, is an eco-friendly pulp mill - a greenfield project, which began operating in 2006. The investment for constructing the mill is one of the biggest foreign investments in Estonia within original investment value of 176 million euros. The mill turns wood into high quality pulp, which Estonian Cells clients can use to make different types of paper products.
Happy Independence Day Estonia! 🇪🇪️ As Timbeter’s headquarters are located in the country’s capital Tallinn - here’s 3 awesome Forestry Tech facts about Estonia:
🌲 52% of Estonia is forest, making it one of Europe’s greenest countries!
👨👩👧👦 Estonia is one of Europe’s least crowded countries, with a population density of 28.4 people per square kilometre! Hence Estonia has a lot of forests..
⌨️🖱️ A group of Estonians invented Skype, now used worldwide. Estonia is well known for its technology companies (like Timbeter) and the capital is part of the Baltic Silicon Valley.
Head iseseisvuspäeva! 🇪🇪 ️ #estoniantimber
Tuntud arhitektuuriblogi Archdaily jagab Eesti Kunstiakadeemia tudengite loodud ja Puuinfo ning Keskkonnainvesteeringute Keskuse poolt toetatud varjualuse projekti mis oli külastajatele avatud Harju tänava haljasalal 2015 aasta sügisel.
Rohkem kui kümne aasta jooksul valminud projekte on võimalik külastada Lahemaal Krasmukse talu karjamaal. Rohkem infot https://www.artun.ee/x/varjualused/
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