Mobilisation of forest resources

Mobilisation of forest resources

We assist with the mobilisation of wood and other forestry products from both public and privately owned forestry properties. Sustainable production is the best guarantee of the conservation of our forests.

The mobilisation of timber and wood contributes to the conservation of our heritage, generates income for the owners and employment and economic development for the countryside.
Woodlands occupy over 18 million hectares (Mha) in Spain, the country with the third largest area of forestry in the European Union. However, only 34% of forest growth is made use of through prunings. In addition, there are 9 Mha of forestry land which is covered in scrub or used as pasture, which presents a huge opportunity for increasing these assets through productive investment in plantations.
Creating value from woodlands thanks to their sustained and sustainable exploitation (timber and wood, mushrooms, resin, pine nuts, chestnuts and truffles) contributes to their conservation and improvement.

Working lines

Señalamientos y tasaciones

Tree marking and valuation of timber

Evaluation of the capital value of wood and its monetisation and positioning in the market through the tree marking, will allow the generation of successful operations.

Explotación y comercialización

Exploitation and commercialisation

Management of felling under high environmental quality criteria and the classification and sale of wood in order to achieve the greatest benefits for the owner.

Plantaciones forestales

Forestry plantations

Investment in new productive plantations contributes to the generation of valuable assets and the inheritance of future generations.

Trabajos selvícolas

Silvicultural interventions

Interventions to maintain the most appropriate growth conditions for a woodland and work to reduce risk of forest fires.

The team

Tomás Sánchez

Tomás Sánchez

Coordinator for Madrid, Ávila and Salamanca.

C/ Duque de Fernán Núñez 2, 1º, 28012 Madrid‎.
Tel. 913 540 213
Fax. 913 540 213
tsanchez@agresta.org

Santiago Martín

Santiago Martín

Coordinator for Community of Valencia and Teruel.

C\ El Vall, 14
44410 Mosqueruela (Teruel)
smalcon@agresta.org

Pedro Pablo Ranz

Pedro Pablo Ranz

Coordinator for the Canary Islands.

C/ Rambla Pulido 53, 2º, 38004 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands.
Tel. 922 281 720‎
pranz@agresta.org

Ángel Lobo

Ángel Lobo

Coordinator for Andalusia and Extremadura.

C/ Fernández de Ribera, 32, 3º dcha, 41005 Sevilla‎, Andalucía.
Tel. 639 587 656
alobo@agresta.org

Nieves Rábanos Martín

Nieves Rábanos Martín

Coordinator for Burgos.

C/General Mola 23, 09260 Pradoluengo, Burgos.
Tel. 647 461 442
nrabanos@agresta.org

Javier Antón

Javier Antón

Coordinator for Soria and Segovia.

Soria
janton@agresta.org

Alejandro Martínez

Alejandro Martínez

Coordinator for Cantabria, Palencia, Valladolid, León and Zamora.

Avda. Reyes Católicos 6, 34100 Saldaña, Palencia, Castilla y León.
Tel. 639 601 837
amartinez@agresta.org

Projects

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