Indufor Group is among the world’s leading forest sector consulting groups with more than 43 years of experience providing high-quality information, analysis, and extensive knowledge and services for our clients throughout the forest industry value chains. Our work products and consulting services support our clients’ mission and add value to all stakeholders and affected communities.
Global population growth and economic development are increasing competition for rural land and other natural resources, while climate change and the progressive decline in natural capital present wicked problems, requiring a rapid global response and transition to green growth economies incorporating sustainable, bio-based production. Forests can provide increasingly important nature-based solutions to addressing these global problems. Indufor is among the world’s leading forest sector consulting groups, working with clients to discover and develop forest management solutions at local, regional and global scales.
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Ahead of COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, The Nature Conservancy published emerging findings from a case study on jurisdictional REDD+ implementation to support …
Indufor Releases New Research on the “Fit for Purpose” of Funding for Global Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities’ Tenure and Forest Governance
In 2021, Indufor partnered with Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) to produce a report that, for the first time, estimated the scale …
Which sawn softwood markets are expected to face oversupply and price pressure? And which markets are facing supply shortages and price increases? …
Indufor’s Dongliang (Kimi) Shi attended the Forum of Jointly Promote Responsible Wood Trade & Investment in the BRI Countries on Sep. 5th, …
Indufor has extensive project experience and completed over 1,000 assignments over the past 43 years
The Timber Market Survey (TMS) provides information on timber price movements in Australia. The TMS report is published quarterly and contains national price indexes for a range of timber products. TMS price data is collected through quarterly surveys of a representative sample of timber market participants in eastern Australia. All TMS reports contain price trend results for softwood timber, panels and engineered wood products. In addition, the June and December quarter reports contain pricing information for a range of hardwood products.