Leading Forestry Company, EcoCrops International, Commissions Independent Project Report

Recently EcoCrops International engaged the services of the American based company “Transparency Market Research” to produce a report on their Estonian Biomass Forestry Project. Transparency Market Research is a well known independent company that produce in-depth and impartial reports in a wide range of different market sectors and projects.

EcoCrops International commissioned the writing of the report, by an independent third party, to establish with certainty the viability of its investment in Estonia and to provide potential investors with the same confidence that EcoCrops has to continue their investments into their Estonian Project.

The report identifies key areas such as project location, wood pellet prices, strengths and of course weaknesses and risks within the project.

James Grainger, a spokesperson from EcoCrops International has said that they are delighted with the findings from the report and has highlighted that investors will see that the projections on the independent report are actually higher than that of the company’s initial projections. He then further stated that the commissioning of the report is a positive move to increase transparency and investor confidence.

If you wish to receive a copy of EcoCrops Internationals report then you can do so by contacting them directly by either email, info@ecocropsinternational.com, or by telephone on +34 932 201 207.

Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of EcoCrops International, on Wednesday 22 August, 2018. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/

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