Field Trip 06.06.2018
- STEICO Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) facility in Czarna Woda.
Host: Piotr Łysiak, Chief Production Manager
STEICO develops, produces and markets ecological construction products made of renewable raw materials. STEICO is the European market leader for wood fiber insulation materials.
In September 2017, The STEICO Group produced the first Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) board at its new, second production line in Czarna Woda (Poland). The line has been installed in record time, with construction work more than nine weeks ahead of schedule.
Two months later, after The “80% performance test” has been successfully passed, the Group started its regular production. Installing the second production line has doubled LVL production capacity to around 160,000 cbm/a. The new LVL2 line runs 24/7 using four shifts and is mostly used to produce flange material for STEICO’s Ijoists.
- GreenWood Resources Inc. Hybrid Poplar Plantation in Zblewo
Host: Fabrizio Nardin, Operations Manager, European Regional Plantation
GreenWood Resources (GWR) is a globally diversified investment and asset management company specializing in the acquisition and stewardship of forestry assets. With more than 100 professionals working in field locations across North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia, GWR develop unique investment opportunities with a disciplined management approach to meet investor objectives.
In Zblewo, field trip participants will be able to hear about GWR unique niche in the market and the company’s combination of an exclusive focus on varietal forestry with intensive plantation management. The plantation in Zblewo will be 8 years old at the end of 2018, and participants will acquire knowledge about the plantation, how it was established and cultivated, and learn more about harvesting systems. GWR is recognized as a world scientific leader in proprietary elite varietals for the plantation forestry industry.
- The Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork
1.5 hour guided tour
The Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork is one of the largest and best-preserved gothic stronghold in the world. Castle was built in the end of 13th century as a seat of Teutonic Knights Order and capital city of Order’s State. The size of fortress is impressive. For its construction were used almost 5 millions bricks. During the ages Malbork was the seat of Teutonic Order’s Grand Master. This is one of only few strongholds in the world which have never been captured in battle.
During 1.5 hours of sightseeing we will be able to see Grand Masters Palace, Great Refectory, many chambers and towers as also medieval daily use items, armours, weapon and hundreds of other amazing and totally unique exhibits. Malbork Castle is one of those places that anyone should see in Poland.
The field trip fee includes transportation, traditional Polish lunch, Malbork Castle guided tour, snacks and drinks.
Space is limited so reserve your seat.