Reinforcing the purpose of offering wood to the market with guaranteed origin as an alternative to illegal wood, AMATA’s operation in Paraná is focused on the planting of pine, through management aimed at the multiple use of the forest and the commercialization of the wood produced, in the cutting end and thinning.
In this way, the constant and sustainable production and commercialization of the chosen species ARE guaranteed, which generates benefits and guarantees the economic viability of the plantations.
Seeking to expand the product portfolio and consolidate the basis of its sustainable management model, the AMATA operation in Pará aims to recover degraded areas by planting native forest species, with a primary focus on Paricá. The project aims to plant an average of one million trees per year, developing silviculture technology for native species for the purpose of environmental recovery, combined with commercial objectives.
The AMATA operation in Mato Grosso do Sul is based on eucalyptus planting. To this end, two management systems were adopted: long cycle, focusing on the production of logs for mechanical processing in sawmills; and short cycle, with production of wood for processes (energy, paper, cellulose and others). It is an exotic species, with excellent growth in Brazilian soil, meeting the growing demand for wood and fibers in the national and international markets.
As the first public forest concession in Brazil, the AMATA operation in Rondônia is an effective instrument for the preservation and sustainable use of native forests. The management model is based on the performance of a selective harvest with low environmental impact, being proportional to the rate of forest regeneration, with the aim of combating deforestation and committing to develop a high precision management system for the HANDLING of native forests.