OneFortyOne Plan­ta­tions

Australian Forests and Timber - - In The News -

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.

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