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More about cookies and Electronic Communications Act 

In the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS), you can read more about what the new rules mean for you to visit websites. There you can also read more about cookies, how they are used and how to find them on your computer.

At the end of January, we held our popular SawInfo Days in Skellefteå. We have now conducted SawInfo Days for a couple of years. This time, too, the event was packed with visitors, which is very encouraging and means that we will continue to work on planning for new SawInfo Days in late September/early October. We will return with the location and exact days later.

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GPS Timber is a system for sawmills, which DataPolarna develops and Sokigo sells. More and more sawmills have become aware of GPS Timber and the benefits it offers for dynamic compartment management. 

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TimberTime is our system for booking/announcing unloading times for timber lorries. TimberTime minimises queues and waiting times when unloading timber and pulpwood.

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Last autumn we talked about high pressure in our job dealing with development and new customers. And we can already see that the high pressure has not abated and seems to be continuing throughout the spring.

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Our company recently signed on new member of our staff. His name is Thomas Haiduga, and he has a background as production manager at Östavalls Såg sawmill. At the start of the new year, he will work part-time with us initially and later in the year full-time.

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Just a short time ago we managed to become associated with Erik Åström on a consultancy basis. In parallel, Erik operates Heatwood in Forsa with his brother. We first came in contact with Erik about two years ago, when we installed SawInfo Sales Support (SISS) in their company.

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Introduction to DataPolarna

DataPolarna is a consultancy company that specialises in developing efficient, customer-adapted and innovative software solutions, as well as education and project leadership.

Our strength lies in a long and broad experience of analysing needs, and of developing and carrying out both large and small projects in close collaboration with our customers.

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