By the end of 2024, Cumaru timber will be granted CITES II status. This means the wood will receive additional protection against irresponsible logging. This is necessary because Cumaru could become endangered in the future. In this article, we will tell you more about Cumaru and the current state of affairs.
When buying tropical hardwood, you are faced with an important decision: do you choose new or do you go for reclaimed hardwood? Tropical hardwood has been a popular choice for centuries for both design and construction projects. Whether you opt for the charm of reclaimed wood or brand-new hardwood, there are numerous benefits that this type of wood offers. Let's take a closer look at these benefits.
Van den Berg Hardhout BV supports sustainable forestry initiative for Brazilian Amazon
We are happy to inform you about the background of our hardwood range.
In this Week of the Circular Economy we would like to take you on a tour of the circular economy.
The relatively unknown, but beautiful wood type Louro gamela is on the rise in the Netherlands. Partly because of its reddish-brown colour, it is a popular type of wood for facade cladding.
Renewable materials are gaining in popularity. Wood is seen as the undisputed number 1 among biobased materials. Read here why!
New wood species Timborana gives amazing colour to the decking of Kasteeltuinen Arcen. Van den Berg Hardhout is the first in our country to offer this durable and strong type of wood with a strikingly beautiful, yellow-red-brown colour.