Ingka Investments Romania is a subsidiary of Ingka Investments BV, part of Ingka Group. Ingka Investments BV is a company managing investments in the field of sustainable resources and renewable energy. Ingka Investments BV owns forestland in Romania, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia and is considering further investments.
Ingka Investments Romania is a holding company of:
Ingka Investments Assets SRL: the owner company of the portfolio of around 49,000 forest hectares in Romania
Ingka Investments Management SRL: the company that manages the forest investment
Ocolul Silvic Ingka Investments: the forest district administrating most of the forest property
Our firm commitment and promise is to be a responsible forest manager. Our view on forest management means taking the best measures today that will ensure proper development of the forest for tomorrow.
Our management aims to carefully protect the forests and their biodiversity elements. For us, a responsible way of managing the forests means to balance the role the forest has for the people, the environment and the economy.
We aim to preserve and in many cases enhance the quality of the forest. This is why every step we took from the beginning was directed towards being a responsible forest manager.
Form a functional team made up of local specialists and train them according to our way of working. See our open positions
Implement extensive afforestation campaigns of more than 1.5 million seedlings
Implement standards of working with suppliers and contractors
Obtain the certificate for forest management
Train coworkers and contractors in relation to our way of working
Conduct public consultations with the local communities to get their feedback on our forest management measures. See our public announcements
Decided not to conduct any works in the areas in our portfolio included in the Pin Matra project, until external specialists conclude if these are old growth forests or not
Developed a working procedure in the protected areas that increases the level of transparency of the activities implemented
Established that in 5.9% of the total forest area there would be no commercial works
Established that more than one quarter of the property is managed having as first objective the bio-conservation thereof