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Arduini Legnami

LEADING COMPANY IN THE IMPORT OF TIMBER FROM WEST AFRICA, NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE.
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Your wood supplier

LEADING COMPANY IN THE IMPORT OF TIMBER FROM WEST AFRICA, NORTH AMERICA AND EUROPE.

What we do

We are specialized in tailor made wood processing, especially for logs (sawn logs and veneer logs) and sawn wood.
Logs and lumber are always available in our yard and ready to be sawn in our sawmill according to customer’s specifications.
We take care and responsibility for our wood, from the inspection in the origin countries, to the logistic and the trimming of wood, until the delivery to our customer’s yards worldwide.

Arduini Legnami Spa

Arduini Legnami Spa is a leading company on the European market in the import of timber. Since 1957 we have been importing logs from the most important foreign markets: West Africa, North America, Canada, Northern and Eastern Europe. At our headquarters in Roveleto (PC), the wood is reworked and treated with special drying and evaporation systems and finally resold according to the customer’s specific requests.
  • SIPO
  • SAPELLI
  • ACAJOU
  • IROKO
  • AYOUS
  • TEAK

Certifications

fsc
pefc

Regolamento EUTR

Why Arduini Legnami spa choses FSC?

Based on the assumption that certification will prevent premature re-entry logging in the areas it covers, the EU trade in certified tropical timber has the potential to mitigate 55 to 88 million metric tons CO2 a year (White et al., 2019).

A credible label of certification makes the positive externalities of proper forest management visible to the public (Roberts 2012). (Romero et al., 2013).

Certification systems allow consumers to directly influence forest management by purchasing certified products. As demand for certified products increases, so does the pressure on forest companies to become certified to maintain their market share (Auld et al. 2008). Citizens assume that certified forest products come from sustainably managed forests, making certification a de facto “quality assurance” mechanism for the sustainability performance of a forest product (Clark & Kozar, 2011).