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While market uncertainty, increasing costs, trade barriers, rigorous government regulations, and an aging workforce are challenging the growth of the forestry industry, shifting product demand patterns for forest, paper, and packing products are also creating new business opportunities.
Increased pressure from stakeholders and voluntary action is resulting in forestry companies incorporating sustainability and eco-friendly initiatives into their business plans and practices. The ongoing concern of climate change is impacting forestry companies on a local and global level as they begin to focus their efforts on the need for sustainable business development.
We have years of experience working with the forestry industry and understand these challenges. Manning Elliott LLP works closely with forestry clients to design practical strategies to ensure sustainable management, and allow for product innovation. Our business advisory and accounting specialists provide expert advice on increasingly complex government regulations and financial reporting, and we ensure that your forestry organization is compliant with the latest tax and accounting standards.
From asset management to audits and financial statements, contact Manning Elliott LLP online or call 604-714-3600 to find out more about how we can help your forestry business.
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