Tag Archives: Gunns

New Forest buys Gunns plantations says no to pulp mill

The new owner of vast tree plantations previously held by failed timber company Gunns Ltd will focus on exporting the resource as woodchips and is sceptical about prospects for a pulp mill in Tasmania. Sources: The Australian, ABC News
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Tas Greens want to target Gunns’ buyers

The Tasmanian Greens want the receivers of the collapsed timber company Gunns to make public the six investors interested in the company’s assets. Sources: ABC News, 7 News
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Tasmanian Government behind Gunns

The Tasmanian Government has flagged it is willing to consider all options to secure a pulp mill in the Tamar Valley. Source: ABC News
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Final bids time for Gunns

The Tamar Valley Pulp Mill vision is still alive, according to the company overseeing the sale of assets from failed timber giant Gunns. Sources: The Herald Sun, ABC News, The Australian
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Expressions of interest for Gunns’ mill

Gunns’ receivers say they have seen “considerable interest” in the failed timber company’s remaining assets, including the Tamar Valley pulp mill, as an expressions of interest process begins. Source: The Australian
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Gunns land for sale

About 21,000 hectares of land in all parts of Tasmania has been put up for sale on behalf of failed timber company Gunns. Sources: ABC Rural, Fairfax Media
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Local bid for Gunns sawmill fails

There is more uncertainty over jobs in Tasmania’s north-east after a local development group missed out on buying a former Gunns sawmill. Source: ABC News
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Gunns assets on sale for Christmas

The last assets of failed Tasmanian timber company Gunns including the proposed Bell Bay pulp mill and permits should be on the market by Christmas. Sources: The Examiner, Timberbiz
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Gunns receivers interested in Scottsdale mill site

Receivers for Gunns said they are keen for further talks with a Dorset industries group about buying the 34-hectare Ling Siding sawmill site at Scottsdale. Source: The Examiner
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Bunnings to be on Gunns site

Bunnings, part of the Wesfarmers group that also owns Coles, confirmed that construction on the former Ogilvie Park site in Lindsay Street, Invermay, would start next month. Source: The Examiner
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