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The receivers of Gunns Limited, Korda Mentha, have reopened a woodchip mill in the north of the state. New contracts have been secured with Japanese clients who will use the woodchips to make pulp and paper. The wood that is feeding the chipper is coming from plantations in northern Tasmania that are owned by Gunns. Source: abc.net.au

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