We will be there - at Ligna 2015 in Hannover
A grasp of some unorthodox strategic responses to modern age sawmill technology development. The forest industry has been battling excess capacity and underutilized resources.There's been fierce competition and price-cutting rather than on non-price competitive tactics.
Crucial to sustaining hard-won competitive success is the ability to adjust strategy and operations to changing market conditions. One such market condition was slowing or stagnant demand for sawn goods. Stagnation was the name of the game for several years since 2008, but we are finally detecting weak signals promising better times in the future.
Proper timing is giving advantages to companies making necessary strategic investments as the forestry industry is stepping out from its gloomy recession mode. A change for better times has been sensed for more than a year.
Hannover. More international business. More innovations. More integration. That’s what visitors and exhibitors can expect when the international wood industry demonstrates its immense capabilities and innovative spirit at the upcoming LIGNA in Hannover, Germany.
The event runs from 11 to 15 May 2015, and all the market leaders will be there to impress solution-seekers with a tremendous array of products and services.
Together, they will present key technologies for every single links of the wood value chain – i.e. plant, tools and machinery for industrial furniture manufacturers, carpenters, joiners and cabinetmakers; solutions for processing and working with solid wood; sawmill technology; systems for wood panel and veneer production; forestry equipment and machinery; and a range of technologies for extracting energy from wood.
And as diverse as the technologies on display may be, they are united in promoting greater efficiency for every stage of production and processing.