Pedersen GroupPart of LINX Cargo Care Group, Pedersen Group has significant proven historical performance and is renowned in the marketplace for innovation.

The Pedersen name has been synonymous with forestry processing solutions for nearly 40 years. Just 10 years after the company was established to produce roundwood for New Zealand Forest Products, the business expanded to include chip mills, supplying high quality wood chip to New Zealand’s major pulp and paper companies.

The Pedersen business strategy was simple; streamline the chip process and deliver better product, more economically.

Over the next 20 years, Pedersen’s ability to refine and improve the recovery process gave their clients exactly the results they wanted, and their operations became significantly more cost effective and efficient. During that period Pedersen also became the only company in the world to successfully implement and run in-line to pulp mills.

Through this success, the company earned its current reputation of the one to turn to if you needed an innovative capital solution. This reputation is upheld by some of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest pulp mills engaging Pedersen to deliver their export debarking and chip solutions.

Today, Pedersen employs more than 170 people in two countries and handles more than nine million tonnes of fibre annually for major global forestry organisations.

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