It takes more than 4 months to set up a wood processing plant. They made Trotman a fool.
Whatever they plan to make, curing the wood takes years.
Once again a government of Guyana is lacking in Business Knowledge.
They would never agree to prepping Wamara or Bulletwood since it would immediately expose how much we are being robbed. They will always seek exemptions on the hardwoods on one pretext or another and any facilities they build here would be for plywood and other compressed materials as their idea of finished products. They will never build kilns here necessary to reduce the woods to 6 or 8 percent moisture content that can be used in building fine furniture. They will continue to ship choice woods and try to skim by through placating the regulators with some facilities to make plywood. We need to make it clear in no uncertain terms that no unfinished lumber will ever leave our shores.Further, all hardwoods is to exit through one processing facility