South Australian Cellulosic Value Chain Technology Roadmap (Stage 2)

30 Sep 13


On 30 September 2013 Stage 2 of the report was released in partnership with VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland: “Future options for the cellulosic fibre value chain in the Green Triangle, South Australia: strategic technology roadmaps, business cases and policy recommendations”


The forest and wood products industry and associated value chain, along with many other Australian
manufacturing industries, have experienced a very difficult decade, peaking in recent times from the
exceptional circumstances created by the global financial crisis and increased globalisation. Coupled
with internal factors such as a lack of re-investment, aging equipment and poor management decisions
have resulted in a significant reduction in industry profitability and a loss of employment opportunities
that have combined to create an atmosphere of doom and gloom in the crisis situation that exists

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