Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Thursday, September 21, 2017
RedStag Timber Sawmill Opening HD 23 March 2017. A video that was presented at the opening of their new sawmill line.
It covers the history of the site and where they are gong. Newest Sawmill technology from USNR.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Monday, July 31, 2017
It might be a better idea to take this location when we move from the Munich area to a new location in Austria.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Sales of Russian sawn softwood products to export markets demonstrate strong growth at the beginning of 2017.
Traditional seasonal decrease of shipments of sawn wood resulting from the long New Year holidays this year had a slight impact on the dynamics of export volumes.
In January-February 2017, the export volume of sawn softwood products from Russia amounted to 3.6 million m3 (+19% YoY) worth $448 million (+20% YoY).
Significant growth of sales was completely provided by the main consumer of Russian sawn softwood products — China, which in the two months of 2017 increased purchases from Russia by 41% to 2.1 million m3.
Thus, the share of China in the total sales amount of sawn softwood products from Russia amounted to 58%.
Read more on: http://whatwood.ru/english/in-jan-feb-2017-demand-for-russian-softwood-lumber-grew-19-to-3-6-million-m3/
Sunday, June 11, 2017
When you contact your service team, you naturally expect for good customer service.
But what is good? Is it still the same as 30 years ago?
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Competition from Chinese imports may have cost some Americans jobs. Economists have found that, of the fall in manufacturing jobs between 1990 and 2007, one-quarter could be attributed to a surge in imports from China.
What a company such as Apple would have done without low-cost Chinese assembly workers is unknowable. Nevertheless, American shoppers were able to buy cheaper stuff.
Americans were able to buy products to lower prices and this raised consumer's incomes by the equivalent of 13-percentage-point cut in tariffs.
It also helped poor Chinese workers get richer, which should be regarded as a positive development from a global perspective.
Source: The Economist, March 2017
Wednesday, March 08, 2017
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
But it’s not something you can learn overnight. George Merrill from Maine, USA, said "it took him a year and a half to get proficient with his first processor".
“It’s just paying attention,” he said.
But it’s paying attention to many things at once. The trail, the stranding trees, working the joysticks, making sure the computer that cuts the logs to length is doing so accurately.
Source: Forests For Maine
Sunday, February 05, 2017
I almost missed the entire party because I was late in the Office figuring out how to send a video footage the next day from our point of observation.
There're these long, winding conversations over long hallways. You get into the building and it's pretty small and very crowded.
You can't really say much more than your name and where you're from before you hit the door. We also saw that people's names were taped to the doors.
In terms of figuring out who would be in what office, we looked at the floor plan, and we had a plan to put most of those responsible into the right physical location.
For the communications team, especially the team on the spot, you realize that you are going to be working with full access to all material in the newsroom, the transition is going to be smooth.
The briefing-room door is almost always open. It's hard to have a confidential conversation when there is a dozen reporters standing in your office.
Close your eyes and imagine the physical space at the campaign - one giant room. Desks of people collaborating throughout the day.
But ultimately this is a good thing. Dealing with reporters face-to-face will lead to better relationships. You'll better understand each other as human beings.
Some of them know the history. They've been around for quite some time. Has it always been like this? Maybe.