EACOM Timber’s sawmill in Canada obtained SFI certification

EACOM Timber Corporation informed about Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Certification to the Fiber Sourcing Standard and Chain of Custody Standard at its  Ear Falls Sawmill in Canada.

According to the announcement, the Fibre Sourcing certification, which is valid until April 2020,  demonstrates that EACOM is committed to responsibly sourcing wood fibre for its products and to ensuring that fibre originates from sustainably managed forests. The Chain of Custody certification, which is valid until April 2022, allows EACOM Ear Falls to track SFI certified forest content through its production process.

Ear Falls sawmill is located in the province of Ontario, 410 km east of Winnipeg, and 1870 km northwest of Toronto.

Earlier EACOM completed acquisition of Anthony-EACOM in Canada from Canfor.

About EACOM Timber Corporation:

The company is a major Eastern Canadian wood products company formed in 2008. Its operations include the manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of lumber and wood-based value-added products, and the management of forest resources. EACOM currently owns seven sawmills (five in Ontario, two in Quebec), a remanufacturing facility (Quebec), and a partnership operation in an engineered I-joist plant (Ontario) for a total of 1000 employees.

Source: Woodbizforum