Global tasks of lumber products division require the renewable source of lumber forestation, commercial processing, third party sourcing, coordination, trading as well as advertising. Our Devoted personnel’s make certain that our products fulfill the highest quality criteria as well as are shipped in a quick method in order to satisfy the needs of our vast client base in markets around the globe.

At IBD, we are steadfast to create a sustainable forest administration practices as well as forestry accreditation. As a result, IBD strive to acquire and maintain certification for all our forest affairs within 3 years. Currently our supplies is not actually originating from our own operations, we count on the accuracy of our suppliers confirmation of legality. Over the following few years IBD focuses to become one of the pioneers in the market.

Today, we oversee all our normal lumber allocations according to the greatest criteria of renewable forest control. Our yearly lumber sourcing sprung from these allocations is projected around 200,000 cubic meters of primary as well as secondary varieties.


Plantation forests are sufficient to sustainably comply with planet demand for wood in the prolonged run, hence lowering any type of strain on normal woodlands. Currently though, only 17 % of plantation forest timber is consumed worldwide, however this gap is assumed to grow. Many of the enhancing international need for lumber will come normally from creating Oriental markets like China and India, need that is anticipated to be met by vital plantation forest varieties like Pine, Teak and Eucalyptus. These are expanded primarily in the UNITED STATE, Brazil, Central and SouthAmerica and Europe.

IBD started its lumber products enterprise in 2001, and by leveraging our historical origin as well as consuming market partnerships, we began taking part in the wood trade internationally. Today, IBD is one of the pioneer providers in the world for plantation Teak round logs and also sawn lumber, sourcing these from Latin America, and marketing these products in European and Asian countries.

Leveraging on our origination strengths, IBD have actually efficiently enhanced our lumber division. Nonetheless, IBD is committed to acquire certified plantations in Africa, to offer high-quality handled products.


IBD wood products are offered through our main offices worldwide. We preserve a long-lasting presence in the UNITED STATE, Europe the Middle East, India. All together account for 60 % of global timber consumption.

Our solid existence makes it possible for us to deliver exceptional product service and establish lasting collaborations. It enables us to greater prepare for overall trends. Understanding our client’s needs makes it vital to work thoroughly with production units for maximizing efficiency, while keeping a transparent and straightforward chain of custody. IBD marketing facilities allows vast and deep market synchrony.


The idea of Sustainable Forest Management was born out of the higher international awareness of the desire to maintain our natural forester ecosystems. SFM in natural woodlands is based upon a selective harvesting variety that is determined by the organic regrowth capability of the forest.

In contrast, plantation-based SFM is based on a clear cutting and also replanting model. Nevertheless, in addition to getting a maintained timber amount, sustainability even entails that forest control is environmentally-appropriate and socially sensitive. This incorporates the preservation of High Preservation Values, as well as supposes getting Prior, Free and Informed Consent from local and indigenous communities.

Our operations are typically related to SFM standard and are commonly cited as a part variety. At IBD, we regard all our woodlands to be Greater Preservation of valued woodlands, and have actually piloted a ground breaking procedure to make sure the participation of native folks in our woodland control resources. IBD is likewise currently leveraging this encounter all over our many other wood enterprises.

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