|Forum topic by DromSealis||posted 08-01-2016 08:37 PM||310 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
08-01-2016 08:37 PM
I am hoping to ship Katalox, Verawood, Yellowheart, Bloodwood and/or Steamed swiss Pearwood lumber logs from an American country (Mexico, South American country) to India. Being new with this, I would like to learn the following:
1 – Other than Phytosanitary inspections, what other requirements are there to proceed through?
2 – What international fees and/or penalty charges are there (other than those for Phyto.) for lumber wood?
What I do understand is that the 5 woods listed are not at a (decent) status of endangerment, since none of them are on the CITES or IUCN Red list. (One of Verawood’s species, sarmientoi, is on the CITES appendix II; aroborea, the other cousin species, however, isn’t; so, I am okay there.)