Forest production

Neat clearing areas combine with a carefully cleaned thicket. Whether cleaning, coating, or cutting, we have been taking care of the forests for decades. All to help plants survive so they can grow up to be strong and healthy trees.


Immediately after felling, our work begins. We burn or take away the slash and make room for new plants. Not a single branch is wasted – first , the slash gives nutrients to the soil, second, we make use of it in other processes.

A layman sees bare land, we see a clearing area ready for forestation. We plant millions of trees on hundreds of hectares each year. We know most of the plants since they were tiny seeds as the vast majority come from our very own nursery.

Timely coating and regular care speeds up everything. Even the establishment of a plantation.


Coating on young trees and a game-proof fence signifies one thing: we care. With great intensity and responsibility, we regularly protect future forests from game, pests, and weeds. We do all this in order to secure a plantation in less than 5 years.


From the outside, it might appear like a healthy and dense forest grows that way all on its own. But, in fact, there are decades of work behind it – taking care of the target species during the process of cleaning and thinning.


Blue trees don’t naturally exist in nature and that’s why they repel animals. Furthermore, blue coating contains substances that are repulsive to animals’ olfactory sensors. And, even if a doe were to take a bite of the tree, grains in the coating would set her teeth on edge.

What, how, and where is strictly set. But we can affect the quality of the plants due to the care we put into them.

Every day, dozens of our employees and temporary workers set out to the forest – to fence, to coat, and to trim the trees. From the White Carpathians to the Jeseníky mountains, we see the results of our work around us every day – a prospering forest.


Extraction and technology