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When our logs leave the forest they travel with almost 20 pieces of information about where they come from

People who buy our logs want to know the log has come from where we says it comes from.

They want to know that it comes from a forest where the logs have been harvested sustainably.

They also want to know that it comes from a safe forest where the workers are looked after.

New Zealand company C3 shares the part they play in getting logs and other New Zealand products to international markets.

The Forest Stewardship Council  oversees international standards around the sourcing and tracing of wood and wood products.

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