It holds long-term harvesting rights to a softwood plantation estate in the Green Triangle region comprising over 80,000 hectares. Operating across the Green Triangle region, OFO directly employs 65 staff members along with more than 500 silvicultural, transport and harvest contractors from local communities.
OFO currently supplies all local Green Triangle processors with product, ensuring a dynamic and competitive market for log processing.
Its diversified customer base sees over half of its plantation fibre being formed into structural timber, with the balance comprising of packing timber and resultant pulpwood. Jubilee Highway Mill and Woodchip facility
Jubilee Highway is a large sawmill in Mount Gambier, South Australia. Jubilee Highway processes softwood sawlogs into structural timber products (i.e. structural framing timber which is used in residential and commercial construction of wall frames and roof trusses). The sawmill also produces some non-structural timber products (including packaging and decking). The sawmill's products are sold to wholesalers, frame and truss manufacturers and retail merchants.
The Woodchip operations at the Port of Portland handles the woodchip from the Jubilee
Highway sawmill and other third party sawmills in the Green Triangle region.