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Furthermore, without access to new fibre supply sources, there "Anabolika Definition" is no incentive to invest in greater efficiency and productivity to increase capacity. What would be the point of increasing capacity if there is no additional fibre available to benefit from it?The Alberta Pacific Forest Industries (Al Pac) pulp mill near Athabasca, AB, has found one way to increase its fibre supply over the long term. Built in 1993, within 10 years the mill managed to raise its capacity by 15% from 1650 to 1950 air dried tonnes per day. Limited by the annual allowable cut granted to it by the provincial government and with limited access to private wood, Al Pac came up with the innovative concept of planting faster growing hybrid hardwood on poor quality farmland as one way to meet its longer term needs. Planting hybrids is also positive for the environment. The mill will become carbon neutral regarding its impact on the environment by 2008.Bowater Forest Products vice president of human resources and Comprar Gh Jintropin public affairs, Georges Cabana, warns not to underestimate the industry's ability to find new ways to maintain consistent production, even when faced with potential fibre shortages."The Canadian pulp and paper industry is quite resilient," he says. "It's one of the oldest pulp and paper industries in the world. Even today it is competing and is the largest exporter of forest products in the world."Bowater is also doing its part for the environment while maintaining production capacity by re processing recycled paper and newsprint in 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron some of its facilities. It owns three pulp and paper mills in Quebec, one in Ontario, one in New Brunswick, and one in Nova Scotia."The industry is always evolving," Cabana says. "Take, for example, our mill in Gatineau, QC, which celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2003. When this mill Testosterone Enanthate Nedir started, there was no recycling whatsoever. Today, 50% of the mill's fibre requirement comes from recycled newsprint."Re processing recycled paper and newsprint as well as harvesting faster growing hybrids have helped fill fibre supply gaps for some mills. However, fibre allocation reductions by governments bowing to pressure for greater conservation in a fully allocated fibre environment has the potential to severely curtail production in some regions, even forcing closures in some cases.For example, the 1999 Ontario Forest Accord provided for the expansion of Ontario's system of parks and protected spaces to 12% of Crown land."If we decide to make a big push in terms of conservation, and we carry on reducing the wood allocation, then everyone will starve for wood," says Cabana. "There's no doubt about that. You're going to see equipment supply closures, pulp and paper mill closures, sawmill closures, and in turn, the fibre costs will go through the roof."A major reduction in fibre allocation may be imminent in Quebec, Canada's second largest forest product manufacturing province. The 20% reduction in wood allocation recommended by the Coulombe Commission has many of Quebec's major forestry companies troubled."We believe that it is too high a reduction and we are certainly worried about the decisions that the government will make or is considering now following the issuance of that report," says Cabana.How the government intends to implement this recommendation is still unknown, and lobbying efforts for a phased in reduction continue."Plainly put, we've asked the Commission to help us make the forest regime evolve and that we are currently not looking for a revolution," says Cabana. "We are faced with many challenges, and a substantial reduction in wood allocation will create all sorts of problems on all sides of the business."An across the board 20% reduction would have a severe economic impact on specific regions, such as on smaller sawmills in the lower St. Lawrence region. However, the impact would be less severe if the government phased in the reduction, as recommended by companies like Bowater.Fibre allocation in Canada's largest forest product manufacturing province has recently undergone many changes. In an effort to inject new life into its struggling forest industry, British Columbia introduced its forest revitalization plan in 2003. As part of its forestry revitalization plan, the government reallocated 20% of long term timber licenses, claiming the old system made it difficult for new operators, with fresh ideas and creativity, to enter the industry.Notwithstanding this change in how timber licenses are allocated, the vice president of Pope Talbot's pulp division, Angel Diez, says high lumber prices are currently maintaining a steady flow of wood chips to its pulp mills on the BC coast and in the central interior. It owns the Harmac Pulp Operations mill in Nanaimo, BC, and Mackenzie Pulp Operations mill in the interior.Mother Nature has stepped in to assist BC's central interior pulp and paper industry, as the Mountain Pine beetle epidemic has resulted in a short term, overabundance of wood chips in that area. While there are plenty of chips, pulp and paper mills accepting chips from beetle kill areas have concerns about how drier fibre from older infested stands will impact on pulp quality. (see sidebar 1)Furthermore, this aggressive approach to bring the pine beetle infestation under control could lead to a severe chip shortage in the future. Diez says the long term future of the fibre supply for BC's coastal mills seems to be facing a similar fate."If you are on the coast, you have to worry," says Diez. "Every study shows that there is not enough fibre to support all the pulp mills on BC's coast."Unfavourable political decisions by Canada's major trading "Anadrol 50" partner is also having a major impact on consistent fibre supply. The American softwood lumber tariff has resulted in a number of industry casualties as demonstrated by the number of mill closures in British Columbia. Other mills have temporarily curtailed production. Because the pulp and paper industry is so dependent on consistent chip flow from sawmills, this invariably has a negative trickle down effect on pulp and paper production.To a certain extent, Cabana says vertically integrated companies like Bowater face less risk of fibre supply disruption because they have better control of their chip supply. Pulp and paper companies that rely on a consistent wood chip supply Winstrol Comprar Usa from agreements with neighboring sawmills are more susceptible to fibre supply issues and disruptions in production, particularly in cases like the softwood lumber dispute.The higher cost of "Anabolika Definition" fuel is another pressure point on fibre supply for pulp and paper companies, because it costs more to transport whole logs to sawmills and wood chips to pulp and paper mills. Many truckers are now adding a fuel surcharge to their invoices or are attempting to negotiate a better transportation rate to take fuel costs into consideration. However, given the competition that Canadian pulp and paper mills face from other regions of the globe, the industry has little room to maneuvre to help contractors cope with increasing fuel costs."We are not competing in a vacuum here," says Cabana. "Everybody tries to transfer the cost to their neighbor, but we are competing on a global basis, with little ability to transfer these higher costs to our customers."The higher cost of fuel particularly in the trucking industry has forced many pulp and paper mills to curtail purchase of chips beyond certain distances or look at other transportation options such as rail transportation where available.