Forest Land Management comprises of activities regarding maintenance and management of forest land such as forest management plans, firewood and timber sales maintenance of appropriate records, wildlife management, reforestation and recreation services.
Global timber trade is undergoing several changes because of implementation of various laws, in U.S., Europe and Australia that aim to investigate the legality of forest products before their sale and trade. U.S banned illegally obtained timber from trading through its Lacey act 2008. Similar legislations have been passed by European Timber Regulation and Australia’s Illegal Logging Prohibition act. This makes certification a requirement for various timber management industries and the ones with certification can have an edge in a restricted market place.
The demand for wood is ever increasing with wide array of applications supported by latest technologies in bioenergy, biofuels and bio-materials. Technological advances have revolutionized the traditional markets such as wood chips for pulp and paper industry, sawlogs and lumber for housing and construction industry, and feature timbers for furniture, flooring and appearance-grade uses.
The growing population and rapid urbanization of developing regions in APAC such as China, India and others support demand for timber market. These are dynamic, high-growth markets which offer tremendous scope for Forest land Management Market. Market size and forecast are provided for each of these regions. A detailed qualitative analysis of the factors responsible for driving and restraining growth of the Global Forest Land Management Market and future opportunities are provided. The report identifies many such insights and M&A opportunities, besides providing a detailed analysis of the Forest Land Management market.
Americas, including the North, Central and South American regions possessed the largest forest cover in 2010, followed by Europe, including EU and Russia. Africa holds the third place in the world’s forest area, followed by the APAC region.