SUSTAINABLE HARDWOOD - MADE IN AFRICA
Interholco is a global provider of wood, a leading company on international markets since 1962, producing and selling logs, lumber and laminated scantlings. Our passion for wood is something you can touch and see in each product: we combine industrial processes with our dedication to nature and beauty, transforming African wood into the ideal fit for your project. At the heart of our business is social and environmental responsibility, to guarantee well-being to those who produce as well as those who choose our range of remarkable solutions. Transparency is teamwork and a priority, as we conduct our business ethically.
Our innovative techniques bring you nature’s best in unique nuances, textures and moods. We deliver consistent quality and continued supply, from import to end solutions: from window-frames to verandas, from ceilings to flooring.
African wood enriches living spaces – from the forest, in which we carefully select the finest wood, to where you live, work and play. Choosing our sustainable wood makes a difference for the communities working with us in the Republic of Congo and the planet.
We, and future generations, who want a sustainable, enjoyable future, choose wood as the most natural and technical solution.
THE 4 LANDSCAPES OF OUR WOOD
Our wood is a co-product of biodiversity conservation, climate change mitigation, rural development, social well-being and economic growth across environmental, social, economic and regulatory landscapes.
Our wood products not only maintain tropical forests for future generations, but also, effectively sustain Intact Forest LandscapesRead more >>>
Our wood products drive development, providing access to fair and competitive wages, medical care, education and other benefitsRead more >>>
Our wood products shape sustainable cities for future-minded citizens, whilst making local and regional growth a realityRead more >>>
Our wood products respect national laws and international regulations, contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsRead more >>>