Trade timber online
BVRio Responsible Timber Exchange is a negotiations platform to promote the trading of timber products from legal and or certified sources (ex., FSC™) creating transparency, efficiency, and liquidity to this market. The platform has an in-built risk assessment system to assist users in conducting the due diligence of each of the timber consignments traded.
due diligence and risk assessment
BVRio can assist market participants to obtain quotations for services that help them to add value and meet the requirements of every transaction.
Services include the contracting of insurance, receivables financing, quality control, field audits, supply chain traceability, and any type of logistics and exporting services. Through partnerships, we can also assist you in contracting timber processing and drying services.
Buyers can also request quality control and timber classification services, to be performed in the country of origin.
Contact BVRio for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Conducted by experienced timber classifiers.
Engage specialised forest auditors to verify your chain of custody and assist you in the due diligence of your timber products.
Accounts receivable finance using your timber supply contracts as collateral.
EXPORTING AND LOGISTICS
Contract for all integrated logistics, exporting processes, dispatch, and handling, from specialised service providers.
News about the sector
Follow the latest news on timber legality and trade.
A unique international event BVRio is organizing the first international timber trade fair dedicated to promoting the trade of 100% legal and certified timber. The Responsible Timber Trade Fair will connect buyers and sellers of legal and certified timber products, focusing on West African timber. The event will be held in Accra, Ghana, 27 February – 1 March 2018.[…]
This Thursday 16 November, BVRio will present the Responsible Timber Exchange at the 2017 PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue, which is held in Helsinki, Finland. The 2017 PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue will bring together forest sector stakeholders, leading technology providers, innovators and sustainability experts to exchange views on what’s needed, what’s working and where are the opportunities for scaling up application. 11:00[…]
Washington, 18 October 2017 – Today, BVRio launched the new version of it’s Due Diligence and Risk Assessment System at the “Forest Legality Initiative Week 2017“. A powerful new system and functionalities 1) Conduct timber due diligence following EU TR regulation 2) Supply chain map and assessment of timber lots 3) Risk assessment of suppliers and supply[…]
Practical Guide to Conducting Due Diligence of Tropical Timber Products Rio de Janeiro, 12 October 2017 – Today, BVRio published a practical guide to facilitate conducting Due Diligence of tropical timber products. The objective of the guide is to summarise the main documents that need to be collected, and how to interpret them, in order to conduct due diligence of timber[…]
Roundtable discussion on the use of an online trading platform to increase market access of responsible (i.e., legal and sustainable) timber products from Indonesia, and support the FLEGT Action Plan September 2017 – The Indonesian Ecolabel Institute (LEI), Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) Indonesia, Landscape Indonesia, the Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC), and BVRio Environmental Exchange convened a workshop on 18 September in Jakarta to explore how[…]
Introducing the Responsible Timber Exchange to global timber traders in China 3 – 10 September: Chengdu BVRio will be at the 7th Global Wood Trade China Conference in Chengdu to introduce the Responsible Timber Exchange platform, the due diligence and risk assessment system and its trading activities to major importers, distributers and traders of timber and timber products[…]
Early August 2017, James Parker, BVRio’s Regional Director, participated in a Ghanaian learning & sharing mission to Indonesia to prepare for the issuance of FLEGT license for Ghanaian timber. The mission was organized and facilitated by the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources of Ghana and Civic Response, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Forestry of[…]
August 2017 – From the 6th to the 11th of August 2017, James Parker, BVRio’s Regional Director, participated in a Ghanaian learning & sharing mission to Indonesia to prepare for the issuance of the FLEGT licensing for Ghanaian timber. The mission was organized and facilitated by the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources of Ghana and Civic Response, in collaboration[…]
A seminar will gather leading stakeholders in the Brazilian Timber industry to present an overview of the industry, its regulatory framework and some of the country’s most attractive trade opportunities to importing companies based in the UK and Europe; and members of the British and the European Timber Trade Federations. Speakers will include representatives[…]
To help traders, distributors and manufacturers of products using tropical timber with the procurement and use of legal and sustainable timber, the CINFT jointly hosts with BVRio Responsible Timber Exchange and CDP a workshop on legal and sustainable Tropical Timber procurement, at 3M6 Meeting Room in Shanghai Convention and Exhibition Center of International Sourcing. Leonel[…]