FSC® and PEFC™ certification in wood construction
Whether joinery, roofing or carpentry, no matter which woodcraft you represent: An FSC and/or PEFC certification within the supply chain (COC) could be of interest to you. FSC and/or PEFC certification offers you new market opportunities, not least through the requirements of the many procurement directives. The materials used in wood construction are already among the most sustainable. You can further emphasise this by using certified wood materials. An FSC and/or PEFC certification allows you to identify certified products in your sales and delivery documents and to use the FSC or PEFC logos.
The following reasons speaking for FSC and/or PEFC certification are often given by wood construction companies:
- public tenders require proof of FSC or PEFC certified materials
- being FSC and/or PEFC certified sets you apart from your competitors
- the use of the FSC or PEFC logos improves the corporate image
- the use of responsibly manufactured wood materials is communicated externally
If you find yourself agreeing to one or more of the above reasons or even have other reasons, then it must certainly be of interest for you to get more background information about certification. More than 1000 issued certificates makes us a competent partner for you. Receive a free and non-binding offer in our Request Proposal section. Learn more about the specific procedures of certification for wood construction in the downloads section or find out more about the backgrounds to certification in the certification types section.
Our team is at your disposal with a dedicated contact person available to answer your questions. Please feel free to contact us for further information via the contact form or directly under 0049 40 5247431 151 (Arne Kuck) or 0049 40 5247431 152 (Jannek Fahrenkrug).
By the way: Many companies opt for a combined FSC and PEFC certification in order to respond flexibly to their customer requirements. We also offer this form of certification.
To meet the requirements for public sector tenders, a verification according to the “Berlin Model” could be of interest to you if you only occasionally participate in such invitations to tender.