WoodFlow 2018 – Melbourne
FIEA has two premier technology events running every second year covering the very latest developments, innovations and operating practices in wood harvesting and transport. HarvestTECH 2017 that ran in New Zealand was sold out a month before it ran. It was the largest gathering of logging contractors, forest managers, harvest planners and key suppliers to the industry ever seen in the country. Over 450 key decision makers attended.
Woodflow 2018 is the next event planned. The objective, with 30% – 40% of delivered log costs being contributed by transport, is to improve efficiencies through the wood supply chain. It builds on the success of the HarvestTECH 2017 event. It will provide leading businesses with a unique opportunity to learn about innovations being developed and employed to assist in harvest and transport planning, logistics & operations.
Date: 20-21 June 2018, Melbourne, Australia
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