Earthwatch partner Timbmet, a market-leading timber distributor, has a commitment to sustainability and has participated in a number of stakeholder events around sustainable forestry.
Established almost 70 years ago, Timbmet is a market-leading timber distributor with one of the most extensive product ranges in Europe. Motivated by growth and development and constantly reinvest to ensure our technology, Timbmet is at the cutting edge.
Their sharp focus on customer service means they are always striving to be more efficient and more cost-effective, without ever compromising their ecological principles or innovative thinking.
Sourcing sustainably and providing innovative solutions.
Timbmet offer iPack, an industry first for online timber ordering.
Timbmet has a commitment to sustainability and providing innovative solutions such as iPack, an industry first for online timber ordering.
With a global team responsible for legal and sustainable sourcing and the identification and development of new products, Timbmet has strategic partners around the world assisting with materials procurement.
As well as providing financial support to Earthwatch, Timbmet has participated in a number of our stakeholder events around sustainable forestry.
Timbmet has participated in a number of our stakeholder events around sustainable forestry.
Timbmet, a market-leading timber distributor.
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