Maderacre, a company located in Peru, has a total of 270,000 hectares of forest concessions with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) Certification for the production, processing and commercialization of certified timber.
The company supplies the most demanding markets with wood processed in its factory in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest, all sourced from its own forest.
They produce decking, decking tile, flooring, laminated finger-jointed wood, among others. The main species is Cumaru, but they have 160 species of wood identified in their concessions.
The company generates 250 direct jobs in Madre de Dios, where most of the population depends on legal and responsible forestry activities.
Maderacre has 2 REDD+ Carbon Credits Projects validated by the Voluntary Carbon Standard (VCS) and the Climate Community and Biodiversity (CCB). These projects conserve the forest and contribute to reducing the deforestation in the Region, by working with the local stakeholders. The company will contribute to avoid 35 million tonC02 emissions, up to 2047. The carbon credits are offered to companies or individuals who wish to offset their carbon footprint.