Amazing opportunity to invest!Vanuatu Sustainable Timber
This is both an ethical and an impact investment!
Sustainable timber plantation is an investment in the planet’s future
US $55,000 Partnership Investment – Projected income returns within 24 months.
Tropical island Bocote timber forest fully grown & ready for harvesting now!
Each partnership: projected returns up to 20% p.a. (plus!) after first 36 months
Bocote timber selling up to US$7,000 per cubic metre in the U.S.A.
Sustainable plantation-planted trees.
Invest for your immediate income future now. Only US $55,000 per partnership.
Future high timber demand will force timber price escalation.
37% projected return within first 36 months.
As per projections in partnership document. Limited to a maximum of 20 partners only.
Please see disclaimer.
Bocote (Cordia) is particularly sought after at the retail level
For flooring, cabinetmaking… and wood turners are happy to pay nearly $10/pound! Have you ever heard of a timber that sells for $10/pound? ($4.54/kg)
International partnership offer approval number #1466
The Republic of Vanuatu Investment Promotion Authority (VIPA)
…and, Why sustainable timber from Vanuatu?
At first, timber may seem like an unorthodox idea, or a commodity that has little investment potential, but both of those assumptions would be false. Others may avoid this asset given the recent weakness in global housing markets, but this isn’t true either. In fact, timber’s performance has been very strong throughout its history. The price of timber has risen by an average of 5% yearly for the past century, and those gains include strong performances during some of the worst markets in U.S. history. “During America’s last major inflationary period – from 1973 to 1981, when inflation averaged 9.2%…
Timberland values increased by an average of 22% per year”
…writes Larry D. Spears, in Money Morning article.
Since the beginning of the 20th century timber has outpaced the S&P 500 and has risen by approximately 15% each year since 1987. During the Great Depression, when stocks fell roughly 70%, timber investments soared by more than 200%. Moving forward to the most recent recession, the S&P dipped more than 35% in 2008 while the wooden commodity actually gained 9.5%.
At a time when investors are starting to lose faith in stocks in general, those numbers are very enticing. It seems that with each passing day analysts and individuals are calling for the next stock market crash, giving timber’s proven track record some added flash as far as investment potential is concerned.
Another major draw to timber is its rising demand all around the world. For now, the U.S. is the largest consumer, but that is predicted to change as emerging markets are stepping up their needs for wood-based products. The next three decades are predicted to see timber use double on a global scale, leaving investors plenty of opportunity to cash in on a developing trend.
Vanuatu timber is from plantations planted 35 years ago
and our offer to you is “invest for harvesting” of a South American introduced wood called Cordia., planted in The Republic of Vanuatu prior to 1980. Known as Bocote in the USA and in short supply now there, as it was supplied ex South American rain forests of which logging is now banned. However demand is still there, and you know what happens with diminishing commodities…
Yes, you got it: prices escalate!
Another boost for Vanuatu Sustainable Timber is the shrinking supply of forests around the world. Though wood is a renewable resource, global forest lands are dropping on an annual basis, making wood more scarce and its respective price jump.
Enquire now. There are limited shares being offered and investment starts at only $55,000.
Compare your projected returns from normal banking. At this low entry cost you can not afford not to invest in this unique timber harvesting project.
Some Typical Uses for Cordia (Bocote)…
Cabinetmaking, musical instruments, Joinery, Turnings, Balusters, Bedroom suites, Chairs, Chests, Desks, Dowels, Drawer sides, Excelsior, Figured veneer, Flooring, Furniture components, Furniture squares or stock, Interior construction, Kitchen cabinets, Moldings, Office furniture, Parquet flooring, veneer, TV cabinets, Rustic furniture, Stairs, Stools, Tables, Trim, Utility furniture, Wardrobes
Vanuatu Sustainable Timber
(Vanuatu business license # 28911)
Marketing is headed by Richard Butler…
Richard has been an appointed Trade Commissioner for Vanuatu 2012-2015 and 2017-2019.
He introduced Vanuatu to the Chinese “One Belt One Road” concept and has attended trade expos to promote investment into Vanuatu.
Richard can be reached on Tel: +61 417 007 792
“Sustainable” Timber means the whole project is self-sustaining in that there is no net negative impact on the environment whatsoever.
This is an “ethical Investment”: as many eco-friendly elements as possible have been incorporated, and the project will provide permanent employment for dozens of locals.
Sustainable Timber Limited, a company registered in the Republic of Vanuatu, has been operating in Vanuatu since 2002. The company has irrevocably transferred its logging and milling rights, intellectual property and rights to agreements for access to the timber to the Partnership. The Partnership wishes to secure additional investment capital to harvest a number of mature plantations. The company and its employees will continue to operate the business as General Partner under the terms and conditions set out in the Partnership Deed.
Vanuatu Deputy Prime Minister Loughman with Trade Commissioner Butler
Richard Butler, Trade Commissioner, with the Deputy Prime Minister of Vanuatu, the Honourable Bob Loughman on 12th April 2019
Richard has been appointed by the Vanuatu government to promote sustainable forest harvesting and export worldwide.
Seven Timber Industry Leaders’ Comments.
What the people “in the know” are saying…
Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance
Global Wooden Floor Market is expected to thrive at a CAGR of 5.9% during the projected period by 2025 | Top Key Players – Armstrong, Beaulieu International Group, Berkshire Hathaway, Boral Limited, Brumark Corporation
A tree being felled in the forest.
A forestry expert says sawmill and paper industries are at risk of collapse. (ABC South East NSW: Bill Brown)
A forestry expert says the Victorian timber industry could be at risk of collapse after decades of mismanagement of native resources.
The owner of Australia’s largest hardwood sawmill in Heyfield in Victoria’s Gippsland region announced last week it would have no choice but to shut down because it could not guarantee timber supply.
Australian Sustainable Hardwoods employs about 250 workers and processes about 150,000 cubic metres of timber each year, but it has been unable to secure that level of timber from its state-owned supplier VicForests.
VicForests general manager Nathan Trushell told ABC Radio the company simply did not have the resources to fulfil that contract.
China is now overwhelmingly the biggest global consumer of tropical timber, importing around 40 to 45 million cubic meters of timber annually. Today, more than half of all timber being shipped anywhere in the world is destined for China. Many nations in the Asia-Pacific region and Africa export the lion’s share of their timber to China.
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The global wooden floor market was valued at $90,638.1 million in 2017, and is projected to reach $141,091.3 million in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 5.9%. Wood flooring is a type of hard surface flooring, which is produced using materials, such as timber, bamboo, and others, which are available in numerous styles, colors, and cuts.
Tropical timber marketing collaboration focused on third-party certified timber
The Sustainable Tropical Timber Coalition (STTC) and ATIBT’s Fair & Precious (F&P) promote “verified sustainable” tropical timber in Europe and highlight the role demand for it plays in incentivising the uptake of sustainable forest management in tropical supplier countries and in preserving tropical forest.
It acknowledged FLEGT as ‘an important stepping stone to sustainability’ but said ‘timber trading companies need clarity on how to sell it”.
A lumber shortage has pushed prices to record highs as builders stock up for what is expected to be one of the busiest construction seasons in years.
Builders in the U.S. say the higher lumber costs are making homes more expensive. Lumber prices started rising last year after fires destroyed prime forests and a trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada restricted supplies. Now a shortage of railcars and trucks is forcing builders to pay even more.
Chinese demand is also stripping forests elsewhere — from Peru to Papua New Guinea, Mozambique to Myanmar.
More than 120 companies and factories have opened in Manzhouli to capitalize on the wood trade, which has skyrocketed since China restricted timber in its natural-growth forests.
Hardwood floors can add up to 2.5% to your home value. ￼
What Floors Do Buyers Look For?
It’s no surprise— hardwood flooring has long been the top choice for buyers, and remains so in today’s market. According to the National Wood Flooring Association, 99% of real estate agents say homes with hardwood are easier to sell, with 90% saying they sell for more money.
World’s Most Expensive Wood
Lazy Penguins article…
“The priciest wood on the list is the Bocote, which is hugely associated with the Cordia. The Cordia is the type of flower plant that can be located in borage family. Due to the huge demand for this wood, it has become the most expensive wood that you can buy on the planet. Need a loan for your crazy expensive wood? Try BCS, no matter what your credit they could lend to you and it’s free to get a quote!”
René Sabino – Luxury Blog…
Bocote is the wood which is called as the genus of Acme plants which is used for different purposes. It has almost more than 300 species of this same plant in the world which is located in the warm areas all around the world. This timber has the beautiful design in it which is naturally made. It is mostly used for making of furniture because it looks great in that and stylish as well. It is also one of the most used types of timber all around the world because of its look and design. This is most expensive wood flooring in the world.
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Tropical Timber Harvesting Investment Opportunity
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