"It is in your hands to create a better world for all who live in it."

In 1993, a group of environmentalists, timber trade organizations and socially responsible consumers felt dissatisfied with the continuous destruction of forests. They hoped to prevent the situation from getting worse, hence established the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council).

By formulating good forest management and wood processing regulatory standards, they track the entire process of wood products from forests to consumers, ensuring reasonable wood mining, processing, and sales to achieve sustainable development.

It is hoped that through the implementation of market certification, the operation structure and management of forest areas can be improved, so that operators can make reasonable profits while taking into account the conservation of forest resources, ecosystems and the community. This certification process has high transparency and credibility.

Today, the international community pays great attention to environmental conservation. The demand for FSC certified products has thus increased.