‘Friendly fence’ paints the town red: a success story with Tali

18.09.2023. Is the forecast predicting rough weather at your end? Then brace yourself: stark temperature drops, high winds and heavy rain can sometimes cause damage. When a winter storm thrashed his backyard wall in Aarhus, Denmark, eco-techie Kristian Jørgensen knew what to do. He wielded his wood magic on the deteriorated cement. 

Interholco drives ESG transparency

16.08.2023. Climate and biodiversity are closely intertwined. Climate change is one of the main drivers of biodiversity loss, while ecosystem destruction contrasts nature’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, precipitating climate change. Just as supply chains must become deforestation-free by 2025 if the Paris Agreement climate goals are to be met, ZSL’s SPOTT (Sustainability Policy Transparency Toolkit) found that there is much the private sector can do. 

Opening up the space, living without barriers

09.08.2023. The housing sector is undergoing profound changes: urban concentration, high land prices, climate change... energy renovation is also one of the issues we have to face. The challenge for project managers: to imagine how to expand existing housing without upsetting the codes. Our answer: engineered wood that is certified sustainable (Forest Stewardship Council, FSC® C022952) and technically reliable (CTB-LCA, KOMO).

Unique living spaces with a focus on nature

19.07.2023. Times are changing: building sustainably and responsibly is no longer a desire but a requirement (RE2020). The supply of raw materials is becoming more difficult and costs are rising, all of which is driving the construction industry to design differently.

We have the solution: glulam and finger-jointed timber.

Co-creating change for 1,300 children in Congo

29.06.2023. In Congo Brazzaville, public schools offer primary tuition for free. Finding quality tuition aid materials, however, is not as straightforward. Especially in the wake of the pandemic. Earlier this year, leading wood importer GLOBAL TIMBER (Denmark) made room to read in the IFO library, run by INTERHOLCO’s subsidiary Industrie Forestière de Ouesso (IFO) in the village of Ngombé.

An alternative for low carbon construction

16.06.2023. Determined to push the limits of wood further, IHC is proud to offer high value-added wood products, certified CTB-LCA and KOMO and, made entirely in Africa.

Fingerjointed timber Made in Africa, joining high quality with KOMO certification

03.04.2023. Interholco is proud to announce that, since September 2022, its engineered wood product line is KOMOcertified, K-33417 for finger-jointed wood products and K-33418 for three-ply laminated scantlings, respectively. Engineered wood is known to be particularly stable and has increasingly attracted attention even for structural applications. Interholco is no beginner as it holds more than 10 years of experience in fingerjointed wood production.

Wood you be my friend? Celebrating International Day of Forests 2023 with Kosipo and Tali

21.03.2023. Rest is an important time to recharge one’s batteries and have a healthy approach to daily work. Sitting by the pool, facing the river Sangha, an ingeniously built hut entices our colleagues in the Republic of Congo to kick back and enjoy their spare time. With long-lasting friends: Kosipo, a magnificent 8 meter long slab of wood hosting lunches and barbecues; and beautifully durable Tali, alternating with Padouk and Wenge, which artfully results in a superb decking.

Panoramic view from Pier 4, Aarhus Ø.  Photo ⓒ SmartDrones Aarhus / Flickr

30.01.2023. At first it was just a terrace made from Azobé in front of NAVITAS, but then Azobé ran all around it. The civil engineering institute of Aarhus University resides within NAVITAS, an authentic powerhouse of research, innovation and excellence on the island of Aarhus, Aarhus Ø in Danish. 

It’s a Kanda magic – stunning hardwood decking in New Zealand

12.01.2023. Heaven is a place on earth in Langs Beach, New Zealand and the impression will be nothing short of the real thing once you arrive. Nestled on white sands, a brisk hour and a half away from Auckland, this holiday home is the perfect getaway for any length of stay, from a stretched-out day to long weeks.

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