Tuesday, 15 September 2015 12:13

Finnish mobile technology solutions are launched into UK forestry & energy markets

2015-09-15 121306Finnish MHG Systems’ mobile and internet cloud service www.woodlandmanager.com was launched last week at the Confor Woodland Show at Longleat Estate UK. This real-time planning and management tool brings efficiency and productivity gains directly to forest owners’ and managers’ mobile devices.

MHG Systems Woodland Manager helps create forest management plans that meet UK Forest standards. The newly launched service gives forest owners a tool to take control of their own forest resource management.

Biomass energy plays an important role in the UK’s growth strategy. Using new technologies will help create new business opportunities, efficiencies and ensure sustainability in the biomass value chain. All MHG Systems services are developed and field-tested in active cooperation with Forest owners, Contractors, Fuel suppliers, and Wood and Timber Buyers.

The aim of MHG Systems in the near future is to bring forest owners on the same platform with contractors and other stakeholders through MHG Biomass Manager. Managing biomass and industrial wood delivery chains from field to end-use enables feedstock assessment, inventory monitoring, origin tracking, terminal management and sustainability reporting. Field workers can be instructed with site-specific working methods, and can report work updates through a user friendly MHG mobile interface.

For more information, please contact:
Seppo Huurinainen, CEO, +358 44 581 4950
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About MHG Systems:
MHG Systems offers pioneering IT solutions to all operators in the timber and biomass business value chains. Our aim is to bring about productivity, cost-efficiency and sustainability to daily operations. MHG Systems solutions help optimize material and human resources, and, facilitate more clever and profitable business models.
Visit us on http://www.mhgsystems.com.

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