Its interest is to be made by a third party, according to a contract signed by both stakeholders, in their presence or not.
The neutrality of the third party is the major asset of this approval which allows to inspect wood parcels according to three ( 3 ) essential criterias:
During the approval, the control can be partial, insuring the individual inspection of a minimum percentage of products, or total, carrying in this case on the entire products being the object of the contract.
There is no allowance when timber does not match to the selection criteria are discovered: these are left at the disposal of the seller, who can work them again and represent them for approval, or destine them to another customer.
The inspector is also often requested to attend the boarding of the goods with the aim of:
The experience on the subject allows to assert that only timber inspected and approved before shipment
allows both parties in cause to wait serenely for the outcome of the transaction :
one, waiting for the reception of goods qualitatively in compliance with the contract terms,
the other waiting for the reception of the total amount of the sale.
The approval of course has a cost, but beyond this criterion, he allows the company manager and his collaborators
to focus on their priorities within the company.
Formerly, these approvals were made by brokers who disappeared little by little for the benefit of commercial representatives
very often unable to defend the interests of their company due to the lack of technical knowledge.