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What’s the new mid-rise opportunity got to do with Victoria’s Secret and Bonds underwear? Read more about the National Construction Code Changes in our April newsletter.

We also cover investment, with our Blenheim sawmill commencing a three year NZ$10 million capital upgrade programme, and Tarpeena commencing the first stage of reinvestment in the green mill.

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Tarpeena, South Australia

Timberlink Woodchip

Quality Woodchips
Timberlink Australia exports Radiata Pine Woodchip to pulp and paper customers across Asia.

Timberlink supplies Woodchip from responsibly managed Australian Radiata Pine plantations. Timberlink Australia holds FSC® Chain of Custody Licence Number FSC-C074738 for Production and distribution of wood chips (FSC Mix, Controlled Wood). Timberlink is also able to supply PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification)certified chip.

Timberlink Australia sources its pine from Tasmania, South Australia and Victoria, and exports its woodchips from the
​Port of Portland, Victoria, www.portofportland.com.au, and Port of Bell Bay, Tasmania,www.tasports.com.au.

​​​​Typical Timberlink Radiata Pine Woodchip Properties

Dry Matter Content - Average
Basic Density - Range
Pulp Yield - Range
​Bark and Rot Content
​Compaction - Range
47%
400 - 500kg per cubic metre
49% 0 50% (35 kappa)
<1%
175 - 189 cubic feet per bone dry metric tonne

Chip Size

Retained on 1.25" (31.7mm) screen
Retained on 0.50" (12.7mm) screen
Retained on 0.25" (6.4mm) screen                 
Retained on 0.125" (3.2mm) screen
Passing on 0.125" (3.2mm) screen

<5%
>65%
<24%
<5%
​<1%

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Produce Group Schedule - May 2015
FSC CW Risk Assessment