Managed by TFT in partnership with European Timber Trade Federations, the Timber Trade Action Plan (TTAP) aims to ultimately reduce the trade in illegal wood products and contributing to sustainable forest management.
To this end, TTAP is supporting companies towards achieving legality verification.
TTAP 1 and TTAP 2 are two phases of the TTAP project. See more on TTAP here.
Currently, TTAP is involved with 20 forest projects whose overall combined total forest area reaches over 3.2 million hectares.
As well as forest projects, TTAP has helped legally verify numerous supply chains and aided over 96 factories, at various stages, on their way to becoming legally verified.
In the near future, TTAP is hoping to expand its influence in countries such as Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Under a confidentiality agreement with the companies, forest names and details cannot be given, and therefore all forests working under the TTAP project are combined in the table. to find out more contact TTAP.
The TTAP project receives funding from the European Union.
"This publication has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of TFT and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union."