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January 27, 2020

U.S. lumber company allegedly found importing high-risk Peruvian timber

U.S. lumber company allegedly found importing high-risk Peruvian timber
  • An investigation by Timberleaks has found that New Orleans, Louisiana-based Robinson Lumber Company has a history of importing high-risk timber from a major Peruvian exporter.
  • According to international regulatory standards, high-risk timber imports are more likely to have been illegally harvested.
  • Maderera Bozovich was Peru’s largest timber exporter by value from 2010-2017, but has a history of allegations of illegal sourcing.
  • Robinson has publicly said it will look into the allegations.

An investigation by illegal-logging watchdog Timberleaks has found that a New Orleans-based lumber company is importing high-risk timber from Peru.

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