Our wood from the Salzburger Lungau region is characterised by a particularly fine-grained texture.


Our responsibility,

and how we preserve our nature for generations to come:



CO2 & climate

The use of wood helps the climate protection, because the raw material binds carbon from the air during regrowth. The longer the wooden product is used, the more positive is the effect. Old wood or wood scraps can be recycled into new, high-quality products. The thermal recycling is at the end of the utilisation cycle.

Regional forestry

In the sawmill and the HUTTER wood industry, we exclusively use wood from sustainable and regional forestry. Only in this way, the uncontrolled overexploitation of primeval forests in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Russia as well as in eastern European countries can be counteracted.

Wood trade in EUROPE

The European Timber Trade Regulation and its implementation in Austria stipulate that the origin of the wood must be proven. This is a good thing, because the supply chain can be completed more transparently and a legal origin can be verified. In the wood trade, the PEFC® certification offers additional security for the origin from sustainable sources.

 
 

WOOD-News

Read up-to-date information and interesting facts about the domestic raw material i.e. wood, as well as about the processing in our sawmill and the wood industry at the Sankt Michael site in the Salzburger Lungau region. Find out what moves us personally around the topic of wood processing and what we consider to be important during the day-to-day work. We want to take up a stance and share what might interest you too.
15. October 2020

The heart of the plate

Butt-jointed cores (SGL) made from local spruce are manufactured by Hutter wood industry in St. Michael im Lungau in an efficient production process. The product is refined with a better effect and higher quality.
8. May 2019

Salzburg’s “wooden skyscraper” distinguished

As a 9-storey wooden (hybrid) tower, the new building in Salzburg’s Bahnhofsviertel stands out in the city literally as an ambassador for sustainable building with wood!
14. March 2019

A sophisticated core

Since the middle of 2018, the Hutter wood industry in St. Michael im Lungau has been producing butt-jointed cores in special dimensions. The facility that is mainly designed for a high material yield was developed and delivered by the Weinig Group.
10. October 2018

Municipal buildings

The construction of the future with wood guarantees fast construction times, high technical quality as well as a healthy living and working environment.