Here’s some timely information on legal risks in wood product supply chains. You can also use the location-based alert system. (Here’s seven reasons to make it part of your wood buying process.)
- Feb-23 115m3 of Beech and Fir wood seized in Munteni Romania
- Feb-23 52 tonnes of Teak and other hardwoods seized in Kyunhla Myanmar
- Feb-22 16m3 of Samaúma, Angelim, and Mulateiro wood seized near Senador Guiomard Brazil
- Feb-21 25m3 of logs seized in Acará Brazil
- Feb-21 14m3 of Muiracatiara lumber seized in São Carlos Brazil
- Feb-21 Pine and Larch trees felled illegally in Urulga Russia
- Feb-21 Beech timber valued at US$90K harvested illegally near Alkun Russia
- Feb-21 Official charged in connection with illegal logging of US$153K of timber in Molchanovsky Russia
- Feb-21 Teak seized and sawmill owner arrested in Karangbendo Indonesia
- Feb-20 Claims of illegal logging by a sawmill in Ngambè-Tikar Cameroon
- Feb-20 Owner of a forestry company charged with embezzlement in Otsego County United States
- Feb-20 5m3 of illegal Ulin lumber seized in Lalapin Indonesia
- Feb-19 175m3 of wood seized in Bosconia Colombia
- Feb-19 54m3 of lumber seized in Iranduba Brazil
- Feb-19 43m3 of lumber seized in Porto Franco Brazil
- Feb-19 40m3 of wood seized in Jataí Brazil
- Feb-19 81m3 of logs seized in Docordó Colombia
- Feb-18 22m3 of logs seized in Acrelândia Brazil
- Feb-18 Operating permit of sawmill in Gagnoa withheld due to unpaid fines Cote d
- Feb-17 400 pieces of Meranti wood seized in Ambawang Indonesia
- Feb-17 Mixed hardwood cants seized in Doc Kien Vietnam
- Feb-17 Illegal lumber yard discovered in Vavilovka Russia
- Feb-17 Two sawmills temporarily closed for lack of permits in Kokobuka Indonesia
- U.S. imports of softwood lumber from Brazil increased 177% since 2014 – In 2019, the U.S. imported 494,272 cubic meters of softwood lumber from Brazil.
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