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About Nikki Coulmann

Nikki's priority as Marketing Manager is Forest Enterprises' communication with our investors, with a focus on the website and the promotion of our new issue investments to potential new clients. She works closely with Customer Services Manager Merv Jones.

Talk Forestry with Forest Enterprises

By |2020-10-15T10:57:09+13:00October 14th, 2020|Forest Enterprises News|

This spring, we're hitting the road to talk forestry. We're finding that as investors re-evaluate their portfolios in the wake of Covid-19, they are looking to forestry to hedge against volatility in the financial markets. Forestry in New Zealand has piqued the interest of communities and investors across the country. Forestry exports are worth around [...]

Forestry investments prove resilient

By |2020-10-07T18:13:19+13:00October 7th, 2020|Forest Enterprises News|

Forest Enterprises says more investors are looking to forestry sector after impact of Covid-19. One benefit of investing in forestry, says Bert Hughes, CEO and forestry director, of Forest Enterprises, is that it is not affected by the peaks and troughs of the economy. It's much less prone to unexpected economic shocks that can spook [...]

New Zealand Forestry Bulletin, Spring 2020

By |2020-10-14T14:55:18+13:00October 7th, 2020|Forestry Updates|

The latest Spring 2020 issue of the New Zealand Forestry Bulletin was published this October 2020. In this issue - an app to beat the bugs, Tairawhiti debris flood redux - handled better this time, and a plan to transform the forest industry. The Bulletin is published three times per year by the New Zealand Forest [...]

Investor Update, Winter 2020

By |2020-08-05T15:19:07+12:00August 5th, 2020|Investor Updates, Forest Enterprises News|

Investor Update, Winter 2020 New Zealand's primary industries are doing relatively well in the Covid-19 conditions compared to all other sectors of our economy. There is no denying the pandemic is affecting our lives in large ways and small. But your forestry investment is in good shape even under the current conditions. On behalf of Forest Enterprises' directors and staff, [...]

Forest Enterprises a finalist in Wellington Gold Awards 2020

By |2020-08-20T11:25:49+12:00July 31st, 2020|Forest Enterprises News|

We are delighted to announce Forest Enterprises has been selected as a finalist in Supporting Gold for the 2020 Wellington Gold Awards. The Wellington Gold Awards celebrates excellence and enterprise of businesses in the greater Wellington region. Supporting Gold specifically recognises stand-out professional services and infrastructure providers. “This is welcome recognition for the Forest Enterprises team. They’ve worked hard to [...]

The business of logs: Forest Enterprises & CentrePort

By |2019-11-29T11:18:28+13:00November 29th, 2019|Forestry Updates, Forest Enterprises News|

Forest Enterprises harvested approximately 350,000 tonnes from our Wairarapa harvest this year. We are able to satisfy demand from local sawmills with approximately 35% of our Wairarapa volume and the balance, approximately 230,000 tonnes, was exported via CentrePort in Wellington. CentrePort has released its 2019 Annual Report.  The port has experienced a 27% increase in [...]

New Zealand Forestry Bulletin, Winter 2019

By |2020-10-07T17:55:40+13:00August 6th, 2019|Forestry Updates|

The Winter 2019 issue of the New Zealand Forestry Bulletin was published on 23 July 2019. In this issue - Log price volatility 50 Shades of Green and the realities of land use economics The myth of indigenous versus exotic trees for carbon storage Tolaga Bay one year on The laws around genetically modified organisms [...]

Forestry investment is long term by nature

By |2020-07-31T09:56:10+12:00July 22nd, 2019|Forestry Updates, Forest Enterprises News|

July 2019 | The recent drop in log prices has understandably generated interest from investors about how we respond. It’s important to put price changes into the context of your investment. Forestry investment is long-term Forestry is a long-term investment which is why people like it. Investing in alternative assets like forestry is complementary [...]