Triton’s flagship project is on the reservoir of Petit Saut, French Guiana. The Petit Saut dam was constructed in 1994, flooding nearly 34,500 hectares of forest.
150,000 TONNES OF LOGS
Our annual capacity is expected to exceed 150,000 tonnes of logs annually by 2025.
Triton’s initial CAPEX investment in the Petit-Saut project is €63 million.
UP TO 70
Triton will employ an additional workforce of 70 people to operate our French Guiana operation by 2025.
Commissioning in Q4 2021, Equipment Commissioning in Q4 2022 and full production by Q4 2024.
Triton is building a fully integrated wood products business in French Guiana. From timber harvesting to sawmilling and biomass fuel production, Triton will employ up to 70 people and invest over €60 million into the operation.
3 SHARC™ Harvesters will be deployed on Petit Saut to harvest 150,000m3 of logs annually. To minimize transport of raw logs, log handling and storage yards along with sawmilling and biomass production will be done in a lakeside manufacturing complex. Triton’s sawmill complex will produce a range of finished lumber products. All harvested logs will be utilized, with sawmill waste and all non-commercial trees converted to biomass fuel.