OneFortyOne Plantations today announced that as a result of strong domestic demand and the continued outperformance across the building industry, it has advised customers that there will be no sawlog exported from its estate for the next financial year.
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ACCC clears OneFortyOne Plantations’ acquisition of Jubilee Highway sawmill and export woodchip operations
OneFortyOne Plantations welcomes the decision of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to clear its acquisition of the Jubilee Highway sawmill and associated infrastructure first announced in August 2017. OFO Chief Executive Officer, Linda Sewell said: “We are delighted that the ACCC has cleared this acquisition and we look forward to welcoming the Jubilee sawmill […]
Following on from the success of last year’s Christmas tree give away, OneFortyOne Plantations is once again looking to gift Christmas trees from its regional forests to the people in the Limestone Coast this Christmas. “We were overwhelmed by the community support of last year’s give away”, said OFO’s Green Triangle General Manager, Willie van […]
Australian forestry company, OneFortyOne Plantations (OFO) is pleased to confirm that it has signed an agreement to acquire one of New Zealand’s leading forestry businesses, Nelson Forests. Commenting on the proposed acquisition, OneFortyOne Plantation’s Chief Executive Officer, Linda Sewell said; “Nelson Forests is recognised as being one of New Zealand’s best run forestry businesses and […]