Finland: Many challenges can arise in replacing Russian wood

Finland: Many challenges can arise in replacing Russian wood
After the end of Russian wood imports, the Finnish forest industry will be looking for substitute wood mainly from Finland. During the spring, the Finnish forest companies have increased their procurement organizations.    Even with increased wood purchases, there may be challenges in harvesting and transportation. Wood imported from Russia - mainly pulpwood and wood chips - has been harvested and transported to Finland by Russian workforce with Russian equipment.    It is unclear whether there is enough equipment and drivers in Finland to replace the Russians.    According to Finnish machine entrepreneurs ...

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