Exports of wood residue could resume from southern Tasmania within months for the first time since the Triabunna woodchip mill was shut down five years
ago. Forestry Minister Peter Gutwein announced the State Government is in negotiations with four parties to export containerised logs from Hobart.

The Government first sought private sector solutions to a bottleneck of woodchips and pulp wood in the south last June and received 19 proposals.

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