Forestry benefits report
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Britain’s forests produce 10 million tonnes of softwood logs each year. Most are transported by lorry from the forest to the processors where it is converted into sawn timber, wood panel boards, pulp, paper and biomass fuel. The network of public and forest roads serving the forests are of variable suitability for heavy haulage. Timber hauliers have responded with innovative developments in lower impact vehicle technology.
The Timber Transport Forum commissioned Firefly to design the ‘Tread Softly’ guide, which aimed to explain the limitations of forest and public roads and describe the range of haulage vehicles used in timber transport. It focuses on lower impact technologies that can be incorporated into timber haulage to help reduce road maintenance costs.
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The Timber Transport Forum asked Firefly to quote for the design of our good practice guide. They came back almost immediately with what proved to be the lowest price. What they produced was great; clear, contemporary and very well received.
Firefly managed the printing too which made life easier and allowed them to check the print quality. All in all our experience was so good we asked them to produce a feather flag and banner for our events – with similar great results.
The Timber Transport Forum
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