Your source of high quality,
sustainably grown teak lumber
Our mission is to build a business with respect and care to the product, the people involved and our planet.
We work together with selected plantation owners with whom we provide the necessary support to certify their sustainably grown lumber, and offer them transparent and fair prices.
Being a raw material as such, it is important to know the characteristics of this natural product and its intended use to define specific requirements and achieve cost-effectiveness.
Exoteak Trading is a member of a family-owned enterprise with more than 35 years of experience as a producer of palm oil, pineapple, cacao, and also forestry operator.
By choosing to partner with Exoteak Trading, as your trusted supplier of certified teak, you will ensure a traceable supply chain that follows with the national and international laws.
Only Certified Wood
We are a mission-driven social enterprise
Our FSC certified teak ensures a traceable supply chain that supports sustainable forest management, supporting our local communities and promoting our planet’s biodiversity.
Facts About Teak.
Often referred as the ‘Queen of Hardwoods’, this intriguing wood has many remarkable properties. What is it that makes Teak one of the most desirable hardwoods on the planet? Explore some facts about this exotic wood here.
Who We Serve.
We offer a range of products from rough teak logs and squares to sawn timber with a 12-15% dryness. We also offer custom collaborations working hand in hand with our customers and their requirements. Do you need teak? Let’s discuss
NEWS AND EVENTS
This event organized by ITTO and supported by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture of Germany will cover the opportunities and challenges for sustainable teak value chains in Lao PDR. Teak as a native specie in this region has a teak forest coverage of 68 500...
In 2020, Ghana will host the 4th World Teak Conference, for the first time in Africa. This event will take place in Kempinski Hotel, Accra, Ghana during 24-27 August 2020, and will be organized and coordinated by the International Teak Information Network...
One of the things about teak that makes it so valuable is its rarity. Teak trees grow naturally in only 4 countries in the entire world. These countries are Laos, Thailand, India and, by far the most significant, Myanmar (former Burma). Over the past several decades,...
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