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His charisma is much more of the personal kind, since he has the ability to get people involved by the things he defends and believes. I, therefore, have a huge admiration for the competence and the achievements of this great friend of the Eucalyptus trees and pulps, in special those from Brazil. In addition to Dave's talent, we have a great friendship for over 20 years. For all I know and admire about my dear friend Dave Hillman, I am honored for have telling you a little about the life of this great "Friend of Eucalyptus" and sharing some of his published achievements throughout his productive career.
My dear friend Dave Hillman, thank you very much for your fantastic pulp and paper journeys around the world, focusing also the Eucalyptus and for promoting the advantages of their pulps. Thank you also for everything you have done and will continue doing for the art of making paper, knowing exactly to take full advantage of the inherent advantages of each type of fiber being used in the paper furnishes.
This is in contrast to the world's total market pulp demand of 58 million. This spread is much too narrow! And, why is this slim a spread not healthy? Because pulp prices are governed predominantly by supply and demand assuming the world's consuming nations are all experiencing reasonable positive growths in their Gross Domestic Products.
An often quoted rule states "if there are 10 buyers and only 9 sellers, prices will always rise". And why is this? Shutting down for lack of papergrade pulp is simply not an option. How did Brazil become the number 1 Eucalyptus pulp producer? The needed land can either be purchased outright or acquired through long term leases. Prior to that Eucalyptus was grown for logging, firewood and charcoal. Now that we know the foundations of the Brazilian success - what can we tell about the pulp itself?
Research and operational efficiency have paved this road of success. The major species being cultivated today in Brazil is a cloned, hybridized variety of Eucalyptus grandis and Eucalyptus urophylla which has produced a fast growing in wood volume, fair wood density with very uniform fiber dimensions. It is a classic single-species pulp. Many measurements have been made by many laboratories using the most sophisticated instruments and have arrived at a typical adult fiber dimensions of about 0.