Director – Subscription Services
As Director – Subscription Services, Engle oversees the development, design and quality of Forest2Market's subscription services. He is responsible for Forest2Market's proprietary databases and for ensuring the quality, integrity and security of all subscription-based services. Engle and his team are also responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining data contributor partnerships and customer submissions.
Before joining Forest2Market, Engle worked for MeadWestvaco for 38 years. While there, he filled a variety of positions in land management, operations, technical support and forest research. Engle spent six years working in Brazil, and he will use his experience there to serve as liaison between Forest2Market's US-based team and the Forest2Market do Brasil team.
Engle also has experience in forest certification. While at MeadWestvaco, he served on the company's SFI Improvement Committee and was chair of the WV SFI State Implementation Committee for two years.
A graduate of West Virginia University, Engle earned a B.S. in Wood Industries.
Export Industry’s Impacts on Southern Forests, Markets
April 25, 2016;
Forest2Market's Director of Biomaterial and Sustainability Sales, Tracy Leslie writes about the impact of export industrial wood pellet market on US South forests in Biomass Magazine: Export Industry’s Impacts on Southern Forests, Markets.
Forest2Market Rebrands to Highlight International Expansion
April 15, 2016;
Forest2Market, Inc., a global provider of data solutions for the forest products industry, today announced a corporate rebranding initiative. This rebranding includes a revision of Forest2Market’s visual identity to more directly reflect the company’s expansion internationally.
Wood: An Abundant, Renewable Feedstock for Biofuels & Biochemicals Producers
April 15, 2016;
For project developers and investors pursuing greener replacements for petroleum-based fuels and chemicals, the choice of feedstock is a critical early decision point. From algae and animal and vegetable fats to agricultural crops and municipal solid waste, the possibilities are numerous. As the oldest energy source on the planet, wood is a logical choice as a biofuels or biochemicals feedstock.