Agreed, HIMR's website is an embarrassment. It is one of the many things that suggest they want the price down for now. As for the issue of who is at Lake Bayano, Coast Eco Timber is the one already harvesting there with a 15,000 hectare concession. I think the reference to "three companies waiting to start" is a reference to at Lake Bayano which is about 35,000 hectares in total. BLWP's concession is 2400 hectares.
That 007stockchat blog article is refreshing - I think it has the right angle on management, although it gets the nature of the Tiger-Lynk affiliation wrong. Thanks.
I found another company that is probably going to harvest there, but my notes are a little scattered, so I'll do a post later (while the humans are sleeping).
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