E161117-2 Kuumi Tim
"Kuumi Tim" is a unique forest portfolio in Estonia – a total of 329 hectares, of which 318 hectares are in one continuous area of land, which is very rare in the Baltics, where a portfolio typically consists of many small wood plots. 264 hectares are forest and 65 hectares open land, primarily moor and peat. The forest plots are located on the islands and not on the mainland. The expected return is higher than 6 percent per annum.
62 percent of the wood are Scotch pine, which is the most expensive tree species in Estonia, followed by 26 percent birch, 5 percent European aspen and 4 percent Norway spruce. Half of the wood quantity is mature for felling and provides a solid continuous cash flow to cover both the operation and the possibility of keeping the wood or for reinvestment. In addition to the mature wood, the age distribution is primarily medium aging with the fastest growth, which gives a good composition after 15 years of forestry.