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- Jan-27 Two truckloads of logs seized in Kenema Sierra Leone
- Jan-26 279 trees felled illegally in Chiriet-Lunga Moldova
- Jan-25 40 Oak and other trees felled illegally in Leatherhead United Kingdom
- Jan-25 Walnut timber harvested illegally near Newport United States
- Jan-25 84m3 of lumber seized in Ipixuna do Pará Brazil
- Jan-25 Sawmill closed for the alleged illegal processing of Oak, Pine, Samán, and Merlina wood in Los Arroces Dominican Republic
- Jan-24 87m3 of Pine lumber seized in Escárcega Mexico
- Jan-24 41m3 of lumber seized near Porto Franco Brazil
- Jan-23 4m3 of Philippine Rosewood seized in San Andres Philippines
- Jan-23 31m3 of Lauan lumber seized in Tayaga Philippines
- Jan-23 Truckload of Cedar timbers seized in Isla de Cañas Argentina
- Jan-23 19m3 of lumber seized in Ipixuna do Pará Brazil
- Jan-23 32m3 of lumber seized in Altamira Brazil
- Jan-22 25m3 of Oak logs seized in Zolochiv Ukraine
- Jan-22 Truckload of Sonokeling logs seized in Beringin Indonesia
- Jan-22 Mesquite, Palo Amarillo and Quebracho trees logged illegally in El Algarrobal Argentina
- Jan-21 25m3 of lumber seized in Santa Maria do Pará Brazil
- Jan-21 Illegal sawmill dismantled in Sungai Kuyung Indonesia
- Jan-21 20m3 of timbers seized near Andowia Indonesia
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- 7 reasons the Timber Risk-Map™ should be part of your wood buying process – Certifications and audits are based on information that is already in the past. They don’t tell you about your current risk.
- Using TIMBERCHECK™ to monitor your wood supply-chains – Learn how to easily adjust your map settings to receive alerts when a new risk occurs near your wood product supply-chain.
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