HEAT TREATED EXPORT LUMBER
Boone Valley Forest Products services customers nationwide, and is the only supplier you need for all types of heat treated lumber for export. We are experts in the international exporting standards of ISPM-15 – and can quickly guide you through the maze of regulations to make your shipments go smoothly. Boone Valley is audited monthly and authorized to use the IPPC export stamp on our products.
Why call Boone Valley?
Depending on the specific export shipping situation, different forms of the heat treated lumber stamp are required. Not all lumber companies understand the regulations involved in the ISPM-15 agreement. They simply guess. The end result can be your shipment being rejected by an inspector and detained. Boone Valley has many years of experience meeting the various heat treated lumber requirements for customers nationwide. Contact us today and we can help guide you to having the correct stamp on your export shipments.
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What is ISPM-15?
ISPM-15 is an agreement between the United States and 133 other countries that requires all wood packaging material (both hardwood and pine) used in exports be heat treated at a core temperature of 56 degrees Celsius for a minimum of 30 minutes. This process eliminates the presence of pests found in wood crating products, and therefore protects crops and forests in other parts of the world.
Once heat treated, the wood packaging is affixed with the IPPC export stamp (see photos) designating readiness for international shipments. Shipments not displaying this stamp may be delayed, refused or destroyed upon reaching the foreign country. Boone Valley is audited and has the authority to use these stamps to mark the heat treated lumber, crates, boxes, and pallets we provide our customers.
We are the only supplier you need for all your heat treated lumber products!
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