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At TechnoMPR, we are part of a growing community of companies, land‐owners, and social and environmental organizations committed to improving forest practices on a global scale.
Chain of Custody (CoC) certification is the process of tracking and recording the possession and transfer of wood and fibre from a certified forest through the different stages of production – primary manufacturer, secondary manufacturer, wholesaler, and retailer – and to the end user.
Chain of Custody implementation involves three basic processes:
- Procurement of certified materials – including verification of appropriate sources of supply and recordkeeping to ensure traceability.
- Processing and handling of certified materials – including storage, sorting, grading, manufacturing, and conversion.
- Sales of certified goods – including proper recordkeeping and documentation of product claims to customers.