2014 MEDIA PACK INTERNATIONAL FOREST INDUSTRIES (IFI) covers everything from silviculture through timber harvesting to forwarding and haulage to sawmills and pulp mills. We also give full coverage to sawmill activities from timber handling in woodyards and at the mill through to the cutting technology and the logistics
involved in carrying them to the customer for downstream processing. In addition, IFI covers biomass collection and processing. IFI fills a void within forest related industries that suppliers in timber harvesting, sawmill operations and biomass management have believed to exist for many years.
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2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES DECEMBER – JANUARY 2014 Biomass Special: Biomass and bioenergy is changing forest industries from the way we cut down stands; to the stands we choose to cut; to the co-product collection systems in the sawmill. IFI examines the latest products that are shaping this vital forestry sector. Engines, Control Systems & Simulators : The power behind forestry machines; the high-end systems that power the forest machine and deliver the messages from the sawmill – from engines to interfaces; and the high-tech simulators that make training easier and safer. Felling Heads: IFI tracks down the manufacturers of felling heads, the attachments that make tree length harvesting possible. We’ll see what’s new and what’s changing at the forefront of tree length logging Industry Voice: Our annual call out to the industries’ foremost suppliers to gather together their thoughts on forest industries today. What are the big issues; in which direction are forest industries headed; what is the next technology innovation that will change our business…??? Sawlines: A round up of the major players in the design, manufacture and delivery of complete saw lines.
Extra copies distributed at: CONEXPO-CON/AGG will represent an immense unveiling of all the newest equipment, technology and product breakthrough in construction. From earthshaking big iron to groundbreaking innovations, it’s all assembled in one place to help you work smarter. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 – If it’s new, it’s here!
2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES FEBRUARY/MARCH 2014 Sawing Technology: Knives, blades and sawing machines – the hardware at the foundations of the sawmilling sector. Lifting & Loading: Getting logs from roadside onto the truck or shifting stock around the woodyard requires specialised tools and technology. We’re talking cranes, grapples and forklifts. Access to the Timber Stand: The machines that make making forest roads easy. A primary focus is afforded to dozers, while taking in all other technologies that contribute to this crucial process. Harvesters: Harvesters are constantly upgraded to improve speed, efficiency, comfort and safety. We look at the specific modifications and breakthroughs that suppliers are working on to improve the logging business.
Extra copies distributed at: Quebec Forestry and Construction Expo 25 26 April 2014 The Quebec Forestry & Construction Expo will cater to those in forestry, construction, heavy equipment owners/operators, municipal workers and other facets of these industries. Salon CAM Québec will draw buyers from the trucking, logging, road building and other related industries from all over Quebec. Trucks are a "driving force" in the forestry, construction and road building industries. This makes it a natural fit to share the venue and audience with the Quebec Forestry & Construction Expo. The buyers for these industries will be common to both events. Salon CAM Québec will have a strong emphasis on trucks from the class 5-8 market, which includes transport trucks, logging trucks, fuel trucks, dump trucks and other big rigs. The event will also showcase trucks from the lighter duty market, including pickup trucks, utility vans and city delivery trucks.
2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES APRIL/MAY 2014 Chippers: The emerging forestry subsector of chipping continues to take hold, keeping pace with one of its main drivers – biomass and bioenergy. The battle for market supremacy continues to intensify. Finishing Technology: Including drying equipment such as kilns, we look at the final link in the wood products chain. Also under the microscope will be chemical treatments and packaging. Scanning & Optimisation – on the job: IFI selects a handful of Scanning and optimisation technology installations from major suppliers to examine how the latest equipment is enhancing sawmill businesses. These case studies will come from all over the world. Feller Bunchers: The harvesting method pioneered in North America using the feller buncher has spread across the globe. The latest advances in these machines are covered in an annual technology review.
Extra copies distributed at: May, 21st to 23rd 2014 Mogi Guaçu | São Paulo State, Brazil Expoforest (Brazilian Forestry Fair) is a Static/Dynamic forestry fair focused on machines, equipment, consumables and technology used in wood production from cultivated forests. Is an excellent place to set business and launch new products, as the visiting public is highly specialized. One of the main features of Expoforest is that it happens inside an eucalyptus plantation. This way, visitors can watch “in loco” operations happening according to real operation practices.
2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES JUNE/JULY 2014 Forwarders: The improved power and capacity of the forwarder has revolutionised the possibilities for cut-to-length harvesting operations. IFI tracks suppliers as they continue down that path. Debarkers: How has the industries’ sawmill suppliers found avenues to improve the way we debark logs – faster, cleaner, more optimised? Further advancements are possible and we’ll chat with the people pushing the boundaries. Mobile Sawmills: Trees that must be felled are often left to rot or go for pulp. Instead take the full value from the wood ensuring the tree is used to its maximum potential. Expensive transport costs are avoided by taking mobile sawmills to the tree, and sawing it to best advantage. Mechanised timber harvesting on steep slopes: IFI talk with foresters about the challenges of steep slope logging. The process begins by assessing the cut block to see if it will be economical to log. Once that’s determined, they will go in to see where to put the roads, which is determined by the shape of the slope and the big issue of deflection.
Extra copies distributed at: FinnMETKO2014 Jämsä between 28.8.-30.8.2014 FinnMETKO is the biggest and most important trade and sales fair for the heavy machinery trade in Finland. With demonstrations as well test drives of forest, earth moving, transport and hoisting machinery as well as utility vehicles the fair visitors will have excellent possibilities to compare and test different makes on the Scandinavian market in true conditions. The sellers and marketers of accessories, equipment, components and service providers of the heavy machinery trade are also on display.
2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2014 Shredders & Grinders: IFI takes an in-depth look at high-speed grinders and low speed shredders considering the performance enhancing features on a variety of machines which can deliver the reliability and dependability you need to stay profitable. Scanning & Optimisation: The technology at the pointy end of the sawmilling sector. Scanning and optimisation technology is being increasingly turned to by sawmillers to streamline operations and cut down on costs. It is also a sector that is constantly coming up with new ideas to help the sawmilling industry achieve its goals. Skidders: Going hand-in-hand with feller bunchers, the advancement of skidding machines is necessary for the progression of tree length harvesting operations. We see what’s being done to help loggers get more from their skidders. Purpose-Built Forestry Machines – Processing and Loading: Swing machines, shovel loggers and knuckleboom loaders are needed to meet modern processing and loading needs. Delimbing and processing can occur at the landing or the stump, while loading primarily consists of transferring the logs from a landing area to the truck.
Extra copies distributed at: APF 2014 - Ragley Estate 18/19/20th September 2014. APF 2012 was a huge success with both visitors and the record number of 270 exhibitors and they are planning on building on this for 2014. APF 2012 represented every sector of the industry and is the UK’s largest forestry, woodland, arboricultural and fencing event. They have several new ideas in the pipeline to make your visit even more enjoyable so watch this space! They will once again be staging the Husqvarna World 25m pole climbing championships and the A W Jenkinson and UPM Tilhill European Chainsaw Carving Championships.
2014 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2014 Shifting & Sorting: Transferring the variety of sawn wood products through the mill and into the right basket at the other end must be both quick and precise. Sawmill suppliers have come up with a number of nifty solutions to ensure this task is done efficiently. Tyres & Chains: Tyre and chain manufacturers are finding themselves in an increasingly competitive marketplace in the provision of tyres and chains to harvesting contractors as several companies lead in developing products specific to forestry applications. Prime movers & Mulcher Attachments: IFI publishes a technology review of forestry mulching attachments and purpose-built hydraulic or PTO driven prime movers. This feature will cover machines designed for right-of-way, vegetation management, low impact seismic mulching, firebreaks, land improvement and commercial land clearing applications. Harvester Heads: The machines that do the cutting to length in the cut-to-length system. Suppliers last year, much like the wider CTL sector, focused on thinning operations but we have seen this starting to change. IFI follows the trend back to volume processing and into new eucalyptus markets.
2015 EDITORIAL CALENDAR & PUBLICATION DATES DECEMBER – JANUARY 2015 Biomass Special: Biomass and bioenergy is changing forest industries from the way we cut down stands; to the stands we choose to cut; to the co-product collection systems in the sawmill. IFI examines the latest products that are shaping this vital forestry sector. Engines, Control Systems & Simulators : The power behind forestry machines; the high-end systems that power the forest machine and deliver the messages from the sawmill – from engines to interfaces; and the high-tech simulators that make training easier and safer. Felling Heads: IFI tracks down the manufacturers of felling heads, the attachments that make tree length harvesting possible. We’ll see what’s new and what’s changing at the forefront of tree length logging. Industry Voice: Our annual call out to the industries’ foremost suppliers to gather together their thoughts on forest industries today. What are the big issues; in which direction are forest industries headed; what is the next technology innovation that will change our business…???. Sawlines: A round up of the major players in the design, manufacture and delivery of complete saw lines.
REGULAR FEATURES Saw points: A collection of the latest news from forest industries from all over the globe. Operational focus: One of the IFI team reports from the field on one of the world’s many forestry projects including logging and sawmill operations. We will explore and report first hand who is running them, who supplies them, how they operate and what makes them successful. Sustainability: The issue of sustainability has never been more prominent in forest industries than it is today. This section of IFI examines the steps taken by different businesses and governments to ensure the responsible longevity of forest industries. Cover story: IFI goes into detail on the biggest issues facing forest industries today.
Forest management: There is a range of new tools that finds its way to market each year, able to make the job of forest managers the world over much simpler. This new technology also has the potential to expand the realms of what has been traditionally thought possible in the field of forest management. Global Positioning Systems are being put to great use and software packages are giving stakeholders a better understanding of the forests under their care. The technologies and applications changing the way we use our forests are tracked in this regular feature. World Markets: Financial news from around the world High profile: International forest industries have some colourful characters who have plenty of stories to tell. IFI editor Chris Cann goes one-on-one with some of the industry heavyweights to pick their brains on a wide range of topics.
Cutting edge: Forestry and sawmill equipment is constantly evolving to service the needs of their industries. IFI will keep you up to date on the latest equipment breakthroughs and applications. Biomass & bioenergy: The burgeoning bioenergy industry has highlighted the need for forest industries to take advantage of underutilised biomass resources. The biomass collection and processing sector is demanding more attention from equipment suppliers and, therefore, more scrutiny from IFI. We keep an ever watchful eye on this developing market.
2014 IFI SHOW DIRECTORY MAY 21 – 23, 2014 Mogi Guaçu | São Paulo State, Brazil
Join us at Expo Forest 2014
HIGH PROFILE High profile: International forest industries have some colourful characters who have plenty of stories to tell. IFI editor Chris Cann goes one-on-one with some of the industry heavyweights to pick their brains on a wide range of topics. Featured in 2012/13: JUNE/JULY 2012 Anders Ragnarsson Continental Biomass Industries President Tall timber Anders Ragnarsson is a Swedish-born forester who won’t settle for second best. He spoke with editor Chris Cann following World Bioenergy 2012 about climbing giant trees in the snow, the problems with the green energy movement and riding his Harley Davidson through the Italian Alps.
AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2012 Esa Rantala Logset Managing Director Friends in need International Forest Industries Editor, Chris Cann, caught up with recently installed Logset Managing Director, Esa Rantala, at the KWF exhibition in Germany over the summer to discuss the company’s emergence from the financial crisis as a true technology leader.
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2012 Jarmo Vidgrén Ponsse Sales and Marketing Director Keeping it in the family Editor Chris Cann stole a few minutes with Ponsse’s very busy Sales and Marketing Director, Jarmo Vidgrén, at KWF earlier this year to find out what it was like to take on the family business during the economic crisis; which CTL markets worldwide are currently most important; and why he doesn’t like Russian airports.
DECEMBER/JANUARY 2013 Larry Cumming Peterson Corporation President Beating the drum Peterson Pacific President Larry Cumming took an early morning call from Editor Chris Cann to discuss the shift in forestry technology over the past 40 years and why the US continues to trail Europe in the use of biomass fuels.
APRIL/MAY 2013 Ashlynne Dale Norwood Sawmills President Forestry’s First Lady Former lawyer and current Norwood Sawmills President Ashlynne Dale sits at the head of a truly international success story for the forestry sector. She tells Editor Chris Cann how she’s used her skills from her previous career to build Norwood into the company it is today; why forestry professionals are more enlightened than lawyers and judges; and why she never takes a day off work.
AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2013 Rolf Andersson Rottne Managing Director Making a Difference International Forest IndustriesEditor Chris Cann shared a bench on the Rottne stand at Elmia with Managing Director Rolf Andersson and discussed his life in the forestry, the emergence of Rottne as an international power, and the importance of a holiday. 11
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