The supply chain certification of timber and timber products confirms that the wood used comes from well-managed forests and ensures the traceability of the entire process from the forest to the consumer.

The FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) and PEFC (The Program for the Endorsment of Forest Certification) supply chain certificates ensure the traceability of FSC and PEFC-labeled products throughout the supply chain, respectively, to prove that the raw material comes from responsibly managed forests.

The product bearing the FSC mark comes from a responsibly managed forest, which values ​​both the natural environment and economic viability. The FSC is a non-profit organization that cares about environmentally friendly forestry, where deforestation and the processing of forest products do not harm forest biodiversity, yields or natural processes. At the societal level, the right of indigenous peoples to use and manage their historic land is important to the FSC. The organization respects workers’ rights, freedom of association and the right to bargain collectively. The employment relationship of all employees is free, all forms of forced labor and the use of child labor in the company are prohibited.

Like the FSC, PEFC is an international and non-governmental non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable forest management. The key words of PEFC-certified products are to preserve and preserve social, cultural, environmental and economic benefits.