Altri forest management is handled by its subsidiary, Altri Florestal.
Altri has approximately 84,000 hectares of forest under management in Portugal. Wood self-sufficiency levels are about 25%.
Altri follows a forest strategy plan that aims to optimise forest assets, using sustainable management techniques that provide a steady increase in productivity over the long term.
The company's research and development department has developed species with higher productivity rates, which are used to replace less productive types of trees.
Altri is committed to promoting biodiversity, particularly in areas of high ecological value. The original flora has been restored in several areas in which eucalyptus has failed to thrive.
Altri's model of forest management also emphasizes regional and community development. Altri hires staff locally where possible.