Timber Link International Ltd. will endeavour to promote good forest management and sustainable harvesting in all its activities.
Timber Link is FSC® certified for Chain of Custody (COC) by the certifying bodies CONTROL UNION and CATG (Certification And Timber Grading), and FSC® certified products are available on request. We are promoting the re-working and re-use of reclaimed hardwood timber and we are certified to supply these products as ‘FSC Recycled’. Our innovative work in this area has made us a market leader in the sourcing and supply of 2nd life timber products.
Timber Link is also PEFC certified for Chain of Custody (COC) by the same certifying bodies, and PEFC certified products are available on request.
TLI is a leading supplier of Certified timber under the above mentioned schemes and also of Legally Verified timber covered by OLB, TLTV and VLO schemes.
We are fully aware of legislation under the EU Timber Regulation and FLEGT programs operating in Europe and the LACY act in the US, and also of Legally Verified timber auditing as covered by the OLB, TLTV and VLO schemes. All timber and timber products that we trade are EUTR compliant and our full Due Diligence System and Declaration is available for download below in pdf format.
Rupert Walker, is a trained forester and has travelled extensively to world wide supply areas and is always willing to share his knowledge of forest practices undertaken by Timber Link’s suppliers.
Sustainable forests are the future of our industry, wood is one of the few truly sustainable and environmentally friendly building materials. Trees grown for conversion to forest products lock carbon and protect ecosystems.
Wherever possible Timber Link will source and promote the use of independently certified forest products under internationally recognised programs. We do not give priority to any one program and believe that all efforts towards sound forest management should be encouraged.
Timber Link will promote the use of lesser known species, dimensioned and engineered products that allow maximisation of the available forest resource.