Sawmill with Stenner band saw

Forestry Trade Ireland is the ideal place for you to buy and sell timber and forestry related products and services. Advertisements related to forestry sales, job vacancies, machinery, forest nurseries, etc. are all very welcome.

Users can input their own private advertisement with one or multiple images, as necessary. Note that large images will not be allowed, so you may need to resize them before uploading. You can resize your images here at this site: http://www.picresize.com/

The maximum image width is 800 pixels. If the image is tall, you may need to reduce this to 500 / 600 pixels. The preferred format is jpg.

In addition to the buy and sell options, Forestry Trade Ireland will bring you the latest forestry related news and events, both local and international. Verified publishers can place content directly on this site. Please contact us for the details at sales@forestrytrade.net.

14 May 2017 – This site is currently in beta test mode. We expect it to go live within the next 10 days. At time of writing, all news is accurate and up to date. All advertisements are for test purposes only and are not real.

 

Brief History

Irish Timber & Forestry Front Covers

The publisher, Brendan Dooley, founded Irish Timber & Forestry magazine with Eneas Kearney back in 1991. The magazine was placed on hold during the recession but will re-appear in digital format later this year (2017).  He also published The Farm Forest (a guide to forestry for the farming community) in conjunction with Teagasc with support from the Forest Service.

 

The Print Factory

Together with his wife Gina, they founded The Print Factory in 2000. This award winning business is probably Ireland’s leading environment friendly printers (printfactory.ie) and has customers nationwide. The Print factory has a significant number of customers within the forestry sector.  From a total staff of eight, the business has three highly qualified and experienced designers.

 

Gina & Brendan Dooley

Pic: Gina & Brendan on a cycling trip in Lough Boora Parklands (2016).

For more information about The Print Factory check-out www.printfactory.ie