Export Compliant Lumber Packaging2018-09-28T13:22:21-05:00

Export Compliant Lumber and Packaging

Export Compliance doesn’t need to be challenging

Packaging for export comes with its own set of unique challenges in order to meet export compliance rules. More than 85 countries have adopted the International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures No. 15 (ISPM 15) regulation for wood packaging, which applies to wood packaging materials made from softwood or hardwood.  As an exporter, that means you have to prove that the wood products your product is shipped are infestation-free.

Depending on what you’re exporting or where you’re exporting to, your wood packaging may need be either heat treated or fumigated with methyl bromide.  In either case, all of your wood packaging must have all the bark removed to meet compliance.  Once that’s done, treated wood is stamped or branded with a compliance mark.

Conner is fully certified to provide you with a ISPM-15 or Heat Treated stamp for each piece of lumber required for your application. Your treated wood products will be clearly marked with the ISPM-15 stamp and you will receive the appropriate documentation to ship or sell your products.  All our export packaging is fully compliant with the IPPC phytosanitary regulations, and we’re dedicated to enforcing the highest phytosanitary standards.

We provide the export materials you can count on.

ISPM-15 stamp - export compliant lumber packaging

Here are some examples of export product that may need the ISPM-15 stamp:

  • Dimensional Lumber
  • Hardwoods
  • Dunnage
  • Industrial Plywood or Panels
  • Banding Groove
  • Crates and Pallets
  • Boards
  • Decking
  • Timbers

Speak with one of our packaging specialists to discover the specific requirements for your needs.

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