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July 14th, 2011
Nelson Forests Ltd. of NZ Implements Cengea’s Forest and Fibre Mgt Solution

Nelson Forests Limited (NFL) is an entity created by Global Forest Partners LP (GFP) in late 2007 to acquire and manage high quality Radiata Pine plantations located in the Nelson and Marlborough regions, in the South Island of New Zealand. NFL comprises approximately 63,000 hectares of trees and the Kaituna Sawmill, both of which are managed by its wholly owned subsidiary, Nelson Management Limited. NFL’s estate consists of 16,000ha of freehold land and 60,000ha of Crown Forest licence land, formerly State Forest, whose establishment started in 1927. NFL’s plantations are managed on an average 30 year rotation and has reached a sustainable harvest of 1.1 million cubic metres per annum. Read More