Our Trees Special?
By planting our fast growing, low-oil hardwood trees exclusively in fallow lands, we breathe new life into forgotten areas.
How we do it
We have created our own hybrid trees specially developed to grow in poor soil conditions and mitigate damage to existing ecosystems.
Each tree grows 5~7m per year
Top quality hardwood satisfies market demand
Durable and pest/fire resistant
Eucalyptus - a raw material in global demand
Outdoor surface coverings
Building wood for constructions and scaffolding
Firewood and energy source
High-quality and long-lasting furniture
Decorative items and objects
Heavy-duty floors and parquets indoors
Windows, doors and winter gardens
Sustainable disposable items
Posts and fences
For textiles and clothing
High-quality hardwood is versatile – its use ranges from furniture construction to frames and window ledges to paneling and is used as construction wood in houses or shipbuilding.
To meet the needs of the industry, two things are required: on one hand that trees planted on the plantations are fast-growing for a rapid harvest and commercialization. On the other hand, that the quality of the harvested raw wood is of high quality for good prices on the market.
We have therefore made eucalyptus the heart of our project – not just any, but the fastest-growing eucalyptus in the world. The trees we plant grow at a record-breaking rate -in both height and width.
Monocropping for good
Monoscropping - can be controversial, especially in agriculture and cereal crops, where the consequences can sometimes be challenging. But that's not the whole picture.
Forestry presents another side of the coin. Here, nutrients are stored in leaves, which fall off and form rich humus that nourishes the soil. In this context, large-scale commercial monocropping, if managed carefully and responsibly, have the potential to produce high yields and ensure consistent product quality while protecting biodiversity and improving soil quality.
The Soaring Timber Market
The demand for quality lumber never goes out of season
Can grow in poor soil conditions
Produces only a fraction of the amount of oil vs. normal eucalyptus drastically reducing forest fire threat
Has a record-setting growth rate of 5-7m/year
Hard Wood Grown Fast
New Life For Fallow Lands
Fill the Need, Protect The Forest
The Perfect Choice
Paraguay is the result a long search. Many factors and criteria played an important role when looking for a suitable location. Paraguay offers unique advantages for partners and emigrants. It provides optimal conditions for reforestation. Also economical, social and legal conditions are optimal. To introduce to you the country, its advantages and opportunities, we have created a short film for you.
1. Favorable climate
The country offers the perfect climate for the growth of eucalyptus. The overall climate is tropical to subtropical, with wet and dry periods instead of seasons. Paraguay is the second most water rich country in the world. Fertile soils allow up to three harvests per year.
2. Deforested areas
Paraguay is characterized by deforestation: over 85% of the country has been deforested in recent decades. The remaining areas are largely acidified and are no longer used. Paraguay therefore has large contiguous areas of fallow land, which are ideal for reforestation.
3. Investment security
Investors are welcomed with open arms. In 1993, for example, an investment protection agreement was concluded between Germany and Paraguay, which guarantees security for German capital investments in Paraguay and vice versa.
4. Foreigners can acquire property
An unlimited lifelong residence permit can easily be obtained with legal security. Local and foreign investors are treated equally and are equally promoted. Investors benefit from a favorable tax rate of 10%.
5. High demand for wood
The demand for wood as fuel and building material is particularly high in Paraguay.
6. Emerging economy
The economy is growing steadily and the expansion of the infrastructure is continuously promoted. Paraguay has one of the lowest inflation rates in Latin America and is one of the least indebted countries in Latin America and has a very young population. 70% are under 35 years old. Entrepreneurs can choose from a large amount of workers.
7. Plenty of space for everyone
Paraguay is with 7.5 million people one of the least populated countries in Latin America.