Pine logs for sale
Pine logs for sale.By carefully selecting our supply, we ensure our Pine logs are harvested according to the best practices and from sustainably managed forests.
This allows us to deliver Pine logs certified by the governments of the regions where they are sourced, and with a completely traceable chain of custody.
Green wood timber is a reliable supplier of Pine logs.
We trade Pine logs in a diversity of lengths, diameters and quality grades,
which are used in a diversity of industries,
including construction (buildings, infrastructure), packaging (pallets, crates, boxes), indoor elements.
Also known as Scots Pine, European Pine and Common Pine, botanists refer to it by its scientific name, Pinus sylvestris.Pine logs from Northern Europe
We source Pine logs in Australia and Northeast Europe,
where Pine trees are native and grow slowly, reaching higher densities than Pine logs harvested in warmer regions.
The Pine logs we trade are often over 100 years old,
while the wood of Pine trees grown in warmer weather might have a density as low
as 400 kg/m3, the wood of slow-growing Scots Pine trees reaches densities of over 700 kg/m3.
Together with the natural elasticity of softwoods,
the superior density of Pine logs harvested in colder regions provides for wood
Because products made with slow-grown wood can have be considerably longer life,
Nordic Pine provides for a particularly interesting benefit-cost ratio and better value for money.
Certified Pine logs
By carefully selecting our supply,
and with a completely traceable chain of custody.
Measuring the volume of Pine logs
Sasupra head offices are located in Vilnius, Lithuania, and in most cases we measure the volumes of our Pine logs
an official international norm for measuring and calculating the volumes of wood round logs, issued by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
some of our clients in China prefer to purchase Pine logs measured according to the
Hubert System and the Japanese Agricultural Standard (JAS),
and in most cases we are able to accommodate their needs.
expertise, though, lies in the LTS System, and we prefer to use it in all possible cases because it provides us with consistency in our measurements.