Browsing: Portucel Moçambique
Portucel Mozambique is preparing to start exporting eucalyptus wood chip from Mozambique to Asia, while it delays its original plan to build a pulping operation in the country. The company announced the plan in [...]
Some of Mozambique’s biggest commercial projects are harming the livelihoods and living standards of local populations, according to accusations made by civil society at a conference in Maputo this month on the topic of land rights and so-called land [...]
A group of five Mozambican civil organisations and charities has said that a major plantation project in Manica and Zambezia is “disadvantageous” to locals. The criticisms of Portucel Moçambique’s plantation came in a new report into the ‘jobs for land’ deal [...]
Portuguese pulp and paper group The Navigator Company has booked another heavy impairment on its Mozambique eucalyptus project, but continues to invest in the country as well as testing the country’s export logistics routes.
Green Resources, the Norwegian company that owns major forestry plantations in northern Mozambique, has told Zitamar News that production of pulp to feed the paper industry is a long term-goal, while its near-term focus remains the production of wooden poles and timber. In an [...]