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.

‘Significant milestone’ for Gisborne Port’s Twin Berth project

By |2022-04-27T11:07:35+12:00April 27th, 2022|Investor News, Forestry Updates|

“Forestry for Life”, Gisborne Herald, April 2022 – Eastland Port is close to submitting resource consent for the Twin Berth project. Five years in the planning, the Twin Berth stage 2 application is just weeks away from being submitted. The application will cover the extension of wharf 8, one hectare of reclamation, dredging the channel [...]

Gordon Wong on the ‘natural law’ of forestry investment

By |2022-03-17T10:50:05+13:00March 11th, 2022|Forest Enterprises News|

This year, Forest Enterprises turns 50. Founded in Masterton in 1972, Forest Enterprises is one of New Zealand’s leading forestry investment managers, and remains locally owned and operated. Legal Services Director and co-owner, Gordon Wong reflects on his 30-year relationship with the company, for him an era of innovation, success and a sense of family. [...]

Investor Update, Summer 2021

By |2022-03-11T16:21:39+13:00December 23rd, 2021|Investor Updates, Forest Enterprises News|

This year, despite the disruption caused by the Covid-19 challenges we all face, we’ve made remarkable progress on our aim to become certified for responsible forest management. We thank Malte Coulmann, our Southern North Island Regional Manager, and Hannah Harvey, our Environmental & Risk Manager for all their hard work on this. The international [...]

The opportunities and risks of forest investment for individuals – Bert Hughes & Gordon Wong

By |2021-12-22T11:44:05+13:00December 22nd, 2021|Investor News, Forestry Updates, Forest Enterprises News|

An article by Forest Enterprises directors Bert Hughes and Gordon Wong about forestry investment for individuals was published in the New Zealand Journal of Forestry in November 2021 (Vol. 66, No.3). Abstract:  Forestry can be classed an as alternative investment, compared with other classifications such as shares, commercial property or bonds. Alternative investments as a [...]

New Zealand Forestry Bulletin, Christmas 2021

By |2021-12-21T12:34:41+13:00December 21st, 2021|Forestry Updates|

The latest Christmas 2021 issue of the New Zealand Forestry Bulletin has just been published (December 2021). In this issue:   International Timber Manifesto launched for COP26, Log markets and Covid, La Ninā increases fire risk, Collaboration key to wilding control, Protecting the bats, and more... The Bulletin is published three times per year by the New [...]

Forest Enterprises announces Liz Brown as company shareholder and director

By |2021-12-23T11:21:10+13:00December 9th, 2021|Forest Enterprises News|

Forestry investment company Forest Enterprises welcomes Group Finance Manager Liz Brown as a shareholder and executive director. The company's five existing shareholders invited Brown to become a co-owner in recognition of her leadership and business acumen. “Liz joined Forest Enterprises in 2016 as our harvest business was experiencing rapid growth. She has been vital to [...]

Murrays Nurseries milestone year

By |2022-02-08T10:24:04+13:00November 24th, 2021|Forestry Updates|

With the 2021 planting season complete, Murrays Nurseries in Woodville reflects on a milestone year. Patrick Murray and his team of four supplied a record 13 million baby pines this year. 15 million is planned for next year. “We have been very lucky that the timing of the Covid lockdowns had little impact on us,” [...]

Forestry investments prove resilient

By |2021-11-18T11:20:35+13:00November 18th, 2021|Forest Enterprises News|

Forest Enterprises says more investors looking to forestry sector after 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 short-term peaks and troughs of the economy. It’s much less prone to unexpected economic shocks that can shake the share [...]

Why forestry is so investible

By |2021-09-22T11:37:45+12:00September 22nd, 2021|Investor News, Forest Enterprises News|

As we approached the release of our latest investment offer - Pukekōwhai Forest Investment - we've been talking with potential investors about why forestry is so investible. Giving investors access to the best There are very few opportunities for individuals to invest in forestry in New Zealand due to the scale required for successful forestry [...]

Mechanised harvesting – more timber, less waste and safer

By |2021-12-21T14:38:39+13:00September 22nd, 2021|Forest Enterprises News|

Forest Enterprises’ determination to improve health and safety and environmental performance is driving its implementation of mechanised harvest systems. Mechanised harvesting means fewer foresters on chainsaws. It’s safer. Plus, it causes less disturbance to the land and improves productivity. “Such practices are part of a new era for harvesting in New Zealand”, says Dan Fraser, [...]

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