Foresting has the most important effect of the finished product in a sawmill. Without great raw material you won't get any good quality lumber. There for correctly managed forest and well-planned foresting is key to our quality lumber.
As a benefit it increases the forest values such as healthy nature value and wildlife.
In our sawmill we produce custom cut lumber alongside with standard measurement. This we combined with our experience on the international market. I.E. we specialize on the odd sizes and lumber that the local lumberyards don does not carry. Such as tropical lumber and hardwood lumbers from north America (United States).
ARTC Solution has a long history in international trade, three generations. However, we only trade in wood and only in sawn material.
Articles – We trade in lumber worldwide and in some regions, we have our own production. The products we deliver is sawn, dried and surfaced. We can do custom cuts for your needs.
5 TOP RESONS WHY:
1. They help us breathe. Forests pump out oxygen we need to live and absorb the carbon dioxide we exhale (or emit). A single mature, leafy tree is estimated to produce a day's supply of oxygen for anywhere from two to 10 people. Phytoplankton is more prolific, providing half of Earth's oxygen, but forests are still a key source of quality air.
2. They're more than just trees. Nearly half of all known species live in forests, including 80 percent of biodiversity on land. That variety is especially rich in tropical rainforests, from rare parrots to endangered apes, but forests teem with life around the planet: Bugs and worms work nutrients into the soil, bees and birds spread pollen and seeds, and keystone species like wolves and big cats keep hungry herbivores in check.
3. They keep Earth cool. Trees also have another way to beat the heat: absorb CO2 that fuels global warming. Plants always need some CO2 for photosynthesis, but Earth's air is now so thick with extra emissions that forests fight global warming just by breathing. CO2 is stored in wood, leaves, and soil, often for centuries.
4. They help us explore and relax. Our innate attraction to forests, part of a phenomenon known as "biophilia," is still in the relatively early stages of scientific explanation. We know biophilia draws humans to water, woods and other natural scenery, though, and exposure to forests has been shown to boost creativity, suppress ADHD, speed up recovery, and encourage meditation and mindfulness. It may even help us live longer. Forest is important for us to form many reasons and it has several values to us.
5. They help us make things. Where would humans be without timber and resin? We've long used these renewable resources to make everything from paper and furniture to homes and clothing, but we also have a history of getting carried away, leading to overuse and deforestation. Thanks to the growth of tree farming and sustainable forestry, though, it's becoming easier to find responsibly sourced tree products.