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Certified according to the highest standards in the industry.

Independent third parties audit us year after year, endorsing our production and quality assurance policies: ISPM 15 (International Standard for Phytosanitary Measures No. 15), PEFC (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) and CE Marking (conforming to European standards).

ISPM 15 (International Standard on Phytosanitary Measures No. 15)

The international regulations developed by the IPPC (International Plant Protection Convention), establish the need to treat wood and wooden packaging with a thickness exceeding 6mm, when used to transport products across international borders.

The main objective of these standards is to prevent fungi/insects from negatively affecting plants or ecosystems.

Dunnage or wooden packing material treated according to this policy is labeled with a stamp specifying the country of origin, the manufacturer’s registration number, and the ISPM logo.

Although not all countries in the world have incorporated this standard, the most industrialized of them do, allowing them to refuse entry at their borders to goods stowed in wood packaging that is not properly treated, identified, and documented.

PEFC (Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification)

A set of standards promoted by the non-profit organization of the same name, promoting sustainable and responsible forest management. With more than 240 million hectares of certified forests, it is the largest system of forest certification in the world, covering approximately 2/3 of certified forest areas globally.

CE Marking (European Union compliance)

A set of standards for the visual classification of industrial wood that ensures that it complies with the technical and legal requirements of the member states of the European Union. It is most often used for structural timber or that used in construction.