The Products Investment Scheme Market and Competitiveness

Procedure:

Opening application period processing and marketing of forestry products investment scheme market and competitiveness. It means you can ready for investments.

The Minister of Agriculture, Nature Management and Fisheries,

Having regard to Articles 1.3, 6.2, second paragraph, 6.10, second paragraph and 7.1, first, second and third paragraphs, of the Investment Market and Competitiveness Regulation.

Decision:

The investments Law:

1 Applications for the granting of a subsidy for investment projects as referred to in Article 5.1 of the Investment Regulation market and competitiveness can be submitted from the moment of entry into force of Section 5 of the Investment Plan for Market and Competitiveness until 17 August 1998.

 With respect to this application period:

a. the subsidy ceiling is fixed at f 1,000,000 in national resources;

b. Articles 7.4 and 7.5 of the Investment Regulation apply to market and competitiveness;

c. the costs for the construction of immovable property referred to in Article 6.2, first paragraph, under b, of the Investment Plan for the market and competitiveness are not eligible, with the exception of the costs for the construction of immovable property in the service of investments as referred to in subsection a. of that article;

d. the subsidy rate is 30% for,

The investments Aim:

investment projects aimed at shortening the throughput time of timber harvesting projects investments in a round-wood sorting street in combination with a computer-controlled capping station, debarking installation, root start-up reducer or metal detection;

Investment projects aimed at saving labor costs:

Investments in machines and tools that allow a large number of actions to be combined in a single pass; investment projects aimed at modifications to transport equipment in order to reduce the transport costs of round wood from the forest to the processor;

The Investments Period:

investments in the improvement of the internal access of the forest in order to reduce the transportation costs of round wood from the forest to the processor; investment projects aimed at the pre-concentration of sortings per customer in order to reduce the loading time in the forest;

Investments in installations, organization, and administration that can result in a substantially better alignment of supply and demand for forestry products, both in terms of quality and quantity.

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