Beyond Forestry's high-quality
teak is produced in one-third
the time of traditional
plantation-grown teak.

Production facilities including
laboratories, nurseries and
greenhouses, enable large-
scale plant production and
facilitate shipping worldwide.

Intensive silvicultural practices
and computerized drip
irrigation and fertilization
systems.
Advanced Forestry Meets Intelligent Finance

As our name suggests, Beyond Forestry is a different kind of plantation management
company. We combine forestry investment and commodity trading expertise with vast
experience in high-yield plantation establishment, micro-propagation and intensive
forestry management practices. The depth and breadth of our team allows us to deliver
industry- leading biological growth and attractive investment results.
Beyond Forestry's high-quality teak is produced in one-third the time of traditional
plantation-grown teak. To put it simply, our trees grow bigger, faster, and produce the
same quality of wood. And that translates to a higher return on investment.

How do we do it?

Infrastructure & detailed knowledge
• The capacity to execute large-scale agricultural operations around the world, with
   intensive commercial plantations producing biomass (nearly 100 hectares), teak (more
   than 500 hectares in Central America), and other agricultural commodities (more than
   50,000 hectares worldwide).

• Production facilities including laboratories, nurseries and greenhouses, enabling large-
  scale plant production, and shipping around the world.

• Detailed knowledge, experience and understanding of Central and South America, its
   land stocks, agricultural labor force and regulations.

Technology & techniques
• Tissue culture techniques developed in our laboratories through more than 30 years of
   research, and applied across various fruit crops for multinational corporations including
   Dole, Chiquita, Fyffes, Del Monte and others.

• An all encompassing plantation concept regime, with detailed plant spacing, plant
  density per hectare and thinning program.
• Intensive silvicultural practices and computerized drip irrigation and fertilization systems.

Risk management
• Thorough site selection and active management to reduce risks of fire, flood, wind,
   insects and other natural deterrents to growth.

• Evaluation of local markets and long-term supply agreements to mitigate pricing risks.


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