Welcome to the latest issue of HarvestTECH.News.
We have three major themes this month: One, there’s no question whether electric, dual fuel or hydrogen-powered trucks are the future for the forestry sector and for log haulage companies (or any other industry), but it’s the early adopters and fuel prices that control how quickly that future comes; Two, climate change and human activities will continue to challenge and evolve forestry standards and practices; and finally, current markets are as predictable as the Melbourne race that stops a nation.
Don’t forget that an early expression of interest has been announced for those keen on speaking at next year’s Wood Transport & Logistics 2024.
Stories this issue:
- Victoria paves way for heavy duty electric trucks with permanent axle weight concessions
- Wood salvage a race against time
- Continued decline in Australia’s plantation estate
- Forestry company displayed high level of carelessness
- Vale Dr Tom Mulholland
- Accelerating Australia’s hydrogen-transport future
- The commercial transport revolution – it’s underway
- October 2023 NZ log market update
So, sit back, grab a cup of coffee, and join us as we delve into the latest news and developments in forestry.
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