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Forest NSW Annual Report 2012

Forests NSW NSW T&I Community Relations Operations Operations & Forestry Services Finance & Technology People, Learning& CultureLand ManagementPlanted ForestNative ForestGovernment & ■■ Regulatory Reporting ■■ Central (Wauchope) ■■ Hume (Tumut) ■■ Amenity Nurseries ■■ Corporate Finance ■■ Administration & Projects ■■ Audit & Risk Management ■■ North East (Coffs Harbour) ■■ Macquarie (Bathurst) ■■ Assets & Estates ■■ Tax & Treasury ■■ Industrial Relations ■■ GIPA ■■ Southern (Batemans Bay) ■■ Monaro (Bombala) ■■ Fire Management ■■ Business Analysis ■■ Organisational Development ■■ Performance Reporting ■■ Western (Dubbo) ■■ Grafton District ■■ Forest Information & ■■ Commercial Finance & Training ■■ Ministerial & Policy ■■ Contract & Sales ■■ Walcha District Planning ■■ Shared Services ■■ Safety ■■ Planning & Secretariat Administration ■■ Contract & Sales ■■ Production Nurseries, ■■ Information Technology ■■ Workers Compensation ■■ Community Interaction ■■ Hardwood Sales Administration Tree & Seed Resources ■■ Managed Applications ■■ Public Programs ■■ Legal ■■ Carbon & Investor Sales ■■ Workshops & Fleet ■■ Records Management ■■ Market & Business Analysis ■■ Softwood Sales ■■ Radio Services ■■ Timber Inspection ■■ Forest Engineering Services In addition to this, Forests NSW engages more Our customers than 100 contract companies employing about 1400 people, primarily in the harvesting and Forests NSW key customers include hardwood haulage of timber products. and softwood timber sawmillers, plywood, Our community manufacturers, pulp and paper manufacturers,medium density fibreboard and particleboard international woodchip and log export People who have an influence on what we companies and plantation and carbon do or people that are affected by what we investors. do are our stakeholders. They include the NSW Government, our regulators including Other customers include telecommunications DPI – Fisheries NSW, DPI – Plantation and utility providers who locate their infrastructure in State forests and other Assessment Unit, the Office of Environment businesses that use State forests such as and Heritage (OEH), the NSW Environment apiculture, grazing, gravel, sand and rock Protection Authority (EPA), the timber quarries, commercial firewood, broombrush industry, associations, peak and professional and charcoal operations, seed collection and bodies, scientific organisations, Aboriginal ecotourism operators. communities, rural and regional communities, neighbours and the people of NSW. Area Major species Customer Products/Services Plywood Softwood/Hardwood Big River Group Plywood Major sawmillers Hardwood Boral Timber, Australian Solar Timbers, Blue Ridge Hardwoods, Coffs Harbour Structural timber; Hardwoods, Grants Holdings, Gunnedah Timbers/Baradine Sawmilling, Hurfords flooring, furniture and Building Supplies, Koppers, J Notaras & Sons, Thora Sawmilling, Newells Creek joinery timber; plywood Sawmilling and SA Relf & Sons products Softwood Carter Holt Harvey, Highland Pine Products, Hyne Timber, Tarmac, Dongwha, Structural timber Allied Timber Products MDF and particleboard Softwood Borg Panels, Carter Holt Harvey Panel products Woodchip and log export Softwood/Hardwood Boral Timber Fibre Exports, Pentarch, South East Fibre Exports International fibre markets Pulp and paper Softwood/Hardwood Norske Skog, Visy Pulp and Paper Newsprint, cardboard Investors Not applicable AgriWealth, ST Microelectronics and Snowy Mountains Forests Plantation investment Utilities and infrastructure Not applicable Origin Energy, Crown Castle, National Broadband Network, Optus, Essential Energy, Telecommunications Telstra, Vertel, Vodafone and electricity supplier Forests NSW Annual Report 2011–12 Social, Environmental and Economic Performance 5


Forest NSW Annual Report 2012
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