This text is translated into Russian by google automatic human level neural machine.
EastRussia is not responsible for any mistakes in the translated text. Sorry for the inconvinience.
Please refer to the text in Russian as a source.
"Without a compass" - we are looking for a way out for the forest industry of the Far East
In the second edition of the program "Without a compass", a special guest, Konstantin Lashkevich, General Director of the RFP Group Management Company, shares his vision of the situation in the forest industry with the readers and viewers of the EastRussia portal.
After the ban on the export of round timber announced by the President of the country from 2022, procurers and processors are in limbo. So far, processors have the opportunity to sell round timber to China, but under a certain quota, which they also promise to cut, and anxiety is growing every day. About their expectations and fears, as well as why it is unprofitable to build a pulp and paper mill in the Far East, and why large timber producers are not averse to giving up their round timber a single state-owned company with the exclusive right to export such timber - answers to these questions in the second issue of the program "Without a compass".
The conversation turned out to be so informative that we split it into two parts so as not to cut anything.
Why are there many bankrupts among large processors, what kind of round timber is exported, why since 2007 they have not started processing substandard surpluses, and how can the only state exporter be useful?
What is going on abroad, why do we not transport logs to America, where demand is growing rapidly, how did it happen that New Zealand became the # 1 timber exporter to China, why is it unprofitable to build a pulp and paper mill, will there be any sense from the new accounting system "Lesvostok.rf", and what is the main fear of the processor.
What is going on abroad, why do we not transport logs to America, where demand is growing rapidly, how did it happen that New Zealand became the # 1 timber exporter to China, why it is unprofitable to build a pulp and paper mill, will there be any sense from the new accounting system, and what the main fear of the processor.