About the distribution of Russian Forestry Review #1
The main delivery channels of Russian Forestry Review #1 (2006):
Circulation – 5,000 copies
1. Spreading upon the preliminary subscription:
Our data base of foreign companies and specialists who have proposed to subscribe for the first issue consists of more than 6,000 addresses.
More than 1,300 foreign companies and private people gave their request for subscription.
The subscription campaign for Russian Forestry Review #1 (2006) will be continued till the next issue is published.
2. Spreading during the profile Russian and foreign shows with wide international participation:
Xylexpo 2006 (Milan, Italy);
World Bioenergy (Jongkoping, Sweden);
Interforst (Munich, Germany);
FinnMETKO (Jamsa, Finland);
The 11th yearly Conference by Adam Smith Institute “The Pulp-and-paper industry of Russia and CIC” (Vienna, Austria).
The Review is distributed during the leading conferences and shows in Europe as well as in Russia during the regional and the biggest exhibitions such as:
“Lesdrevmash-2006,” Forum “Forest and Human being” (Moscow);
International Forestry Forum (St.Petersburg);
Pap-For 2006 (St.Peterburg);
“Lestekhprodukcija/Woodex 2006” (Moscow);
“Russian forest - 2006” (Vologda).
Around 3,000 samples were spread during the exhibitions up to the end of 2006.
3. Spreading around the profile federal and regional Ministries and departments, Russian and foreign industrial groups and unions:
Total 150 samples were spread in this direction. The following received the Review and continue to use it in their work:
Ministry of the Natural Resources of Russian FederationThey supported the Review and use it during the negotiations with the foreign partners:
Ministry of Industry and Energy of Russian Federation
Ministry of Economy and Trade Development of Russian Federation
Committee of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the State Duma of Russian Federation
Administrations of the Leningradskaya, Vologodskaya, Novgorodskaya, Arkhangelskaya and Irkutskaya regions, Republics of Karelia and Komi.
Confederation of the Associations and Unions of the Forestry, Pulp-and-Paper, Woodworing and Furniture industry
The Union of Woodworkers and Wood-exporters of Russia
The Russian Association of the Organizations of the Pulp-and-paper Industry (RAO “Bumprom”)
The regional sectoral unions of enterprises
The leading sectoral associations such as CEI-BOIS, EUMABOIS, ACIMALL, VDMA, SYMOP and etc received the review and presented to their members.
4. Delivery to the hugest forestry enterprises of Russia: The delivery covered more than 450 enterprises. They are logging, woodworking, pulp-and-paper enterprises, plate factories, producers of furniture and constructions for the wooden-house building.