CellMark Energy will handle the sales & marketing functions for Timber Creek Farms as well as providing all logistic solutions for the company.
Timber Creek Farms Industrial announced today that they have signed a marketing agreement with CellMark Energy (division of CellMark AB, Gothenburg Sweden) for 100% of the output of their upcoming wood pellet manufacturing facility in Pien, Brazil. CellMark Energy will handle the sales & marketing functions for Timber Creek Farms as well as providing all logistic solutions for the company.
“We are pleased to be partnering with CellMark – a company with such a long history & impeccable reputation in the forest products industry…” commented Chris Rovers of Timber Creek Farms (TCF) “…CellMark is a global forest products trader with 41 offices around the world and will be a valuable partner as we execute our current and future growth strategy.” Pien, Brazil is currently the site of intense activity as TCF finalizes the construction and installation of pellet equipment which will transform wood resources from the Paranagua region to energy-dense, clean and renewable fuel. The company expects shipments at the 90,000 ton facility to begin in the first quarter of 2012.
CellMark Energy is finalizing sales agreements with major European utilities. “We are very excited with the prospect of utilizing top quality biomass pellets from this high-potential region in international electricity and heat markets…” commented Doug Smith, Vice President of CellMark Energy “…Timber Creek Farms brings an experienced team which is critical to successful operations in this young and exciting market-place.”
The superb fiber resource in Brazil, expert market knowledge of CellMark and the advanced industry and regional expertise of TCF will help to serve the world’s rapidly growing need for cost-effective renewable fuels.
For more information regarding the project and its products please contact:
CellMark Energy Timber Creek Farms Industrial
Gothenburg, Sweden Av. Parana, Sala 8, Centro
+41 31 100 300 Pien, Brazil
Attention: Magnus Lindberg Attention: Chris Rovers