How I became the king of the chipboard panel


To make furniture you need panels. To make panels you need wood. To make wood you have to cut down plants. But, Mauro Saviola works with 1.5 million tons of wood per year without cutting down a single tree. Through a complex and efficient system of gathering material that would otherwise be earmarked for the dump. The result: 800 million euro in sales figures and a diversification . . .

To make furniture you need panels. To make panels you need wood. To make wood you have to cut down plants. But, Mauro Saviola works with 1.5 million tons of wood per year without cutting down a single tree. Through a complex and efficient system of gathering material that would otherwise be earmarked for the dump. The result: 800 million euro in sales figures and a diversification . . .

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