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PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue Bali, Indonesia November 2016 Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016 1

PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue Bali, Indonesia

November 2016

Proprietary & Confidential APPTimber © 2016

PEFC Stakeholder Dialogue Bali, Indonesia November 2016 Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016 1

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THE PREFERRED PARTNER FOR BUYERS & SUPPLIERS

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
PARTNER FOR BUYERS & SUPPLIERS GENERAL INTRODUCTION The information provided in this presentation remains the

The information provided in this presentation remains the exclusive property of APPTimber and is not allowed to be distributed, copied or modified without prior written consent by APPTimber.

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OUR CORE QUALITIES
OUR CORE QUALITIES
Providing Imported Timber Solutions Global Sourcing Customer Service Proprietary & Confidential APPTimber © 2016
Providing Imported
Timber Solutions
Global Sourcing
Customer Service
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OUR CORE VALUES
OUR CORE VALUES
Integrity Reliability
Integrity
Reliability
Commitment To Be The Best
Commitment To
Be The Best
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Teamwork
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OUR VISION 2020
OUR VISION 2020
To Be A Market Leader In The Wood Working Industry In Asia By 2020 Whilst
To Be A Market Leader In The Wood Working Industry In Asia
By 2020 Whilst Providing An Excellent Work Environment
For All Personnel
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FAST FACTS
FAST FACTS

§ APPTimber (incorporated in 1998) is an Asian based company specialized in the supply of imported timber and related products for the Asian timber industry (APPTimber is not related to Asia Pulp & Paper)

§ Our HQ is located in Malaysia and we run various marketing operations all over Asia

§ Our sales teams have good knowledge not only about raw materials but also in manufacturing and we aim to be known as Asia’s most innovative company providing imported timber solutions offering cost effective solutions from sustainable resources

§ We have distribution centers in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand and planning one in Vietnam

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in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand and planning one in Vietnam Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber ©

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CURRENT NETWORK
CURRENT NETWORK
PREFERRED PARTNER FOR BUYERS & SUPPLIERS CURRENT NETWORK APP TIMBER supply programs APP TIMBER HQ APP

APPTIMBER supply programs

APPTIMBER HQ

APPTIMBER operations

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APP TIMBER supply programs APP TIMBER HQ APP TIMBER operations Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber ©

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COMPANY‘S CERTIFICATION
COMPANY‘S CERTIFICATION
PARTNER FOR BUYERS & SUPPLIERS COMPANY‘S CERTIFICATION 2000 FSC Member Economic Chamber 2012 PEFC Stakeholder
PARTNER FOR BUYERS & SUPPLIERS COMPANY‘S CERTIFICATION 2000 FSC Member Economic Chamber 2012 PEFC Stakeholder

2000

FSC Member Economic Chamber

2012 PEFC Stakeholder

2005

FSC CoC certified

2016 PEFC CoC certified

2007

FSC membership cancelled by us

APPTimber is the only regional company with PEFC and FSC certified distribution centres in South East Asia promoting imported timber solutions

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centres in South East Asia promoting imported timber solutions Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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SALES DIVERSIFICATION PER COUNTRY
SALES DIVERSIFICATION PER COUNTRY
2016
2016

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FOR BUYERS & SUPPLIERS SALES DIVERSIFICATION PER COUNTRY 2016 Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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SALES PER PRODUCT SEGMENTS
SALES PER PRODUCT SEGMENTS
2016 Proprietary & Confidential APPTimber © 2016
2016
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PEFC ISSUES IN ASIA
PEFC ISSUES IN ASIA

Ø Lack of awareness on PEFC amongst Asian manufacturers

Ø PEFC is not very strong in their promotion to SEA manufacturers and advantages are not clear

Ø PEFC does not have enough local presence amongst business owners; maybe too much focused at Government and NGO levels

Ø Some SE Asian manufacturers think they have to pay a premium for PEFC certified imported timber (like FSC certified timber)

Ø European buyers of Asian madetimber products mainly ask for FSC certification and not for PEFC

Ø The SLVK and recent FLEGT license in Indonesia will reduce the demand for PEFC certified products

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in Indonesia will reduce the demand for PEFC certified products Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber ©

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Indonesia fast facts

ü Indonesia is one of Asia’s largest wooden product exporters

ü Indonesia’s goal is to grow the export of furniture from U$2.6 billion in 2015 to U$5 billion by 2020

ü Most manufacturing relies heavily on local hardwoods

ü Not enough awareness about legality and sustainability

ü Still illegal logging

ü Only a small percentage of local forests is certified

ü Using imported wood materials will reduce deforestation in Indonesia

Using imported wood materials will reduce deforestation in Indonesia Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
Using imported wood materials will reduce deforestation in Indonesia Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
Using imported wood materials will reduce deforestation in Indonesia Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
Using imported wood materials will reduce deforestation in Indonesia Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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Using imported wood materials will reduce deforestation in Indonesia Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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Indonesia fast facts

ü Poor knowledge about imported veneers, sawn timber and the lack of key furniture species like Ash, Beech, Cherry, Oak, Walnut and Pines limits the potential growth of exports of furniture, doors, flooring, etc. for international markets

ü Local woodworking vocational schools focus more on manufacturing using local species and not on imported species which adhere to international legality and sustainability standards

ü Lack of wood-knowledge centres; better education of all parties involved in Indonesia’s wood working industry will benefit the local community

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wood working industry will benefit the local community Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016 13
wood working industry will benefit the local community Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016 13
wood working industry will benefit the local community Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016 13

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wood working industry will benefit the local community Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016 13

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Kendal Industrial Park (KIK)

KIK is a 2,700ha mega integrated industrial park jointly developed by PT Jababeka (Indonesia) & Sembcorp Development (Singapore) and 100% supported by the Indonesian & Singaporean governments

and 100% supported by the Indonesian & Singaporean governments Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
and 100% supported by the Indonesian & Singaporean governments Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
and 100% supported by the Indonesian & Singaporean governments Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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and 100% supported by the Indonesian & Singaporean governments Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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Kendal Industrial Park (KIK) APPTimber’s Facilties; APP Timber purchased 1ha of industrial land at KIK

Kendal Industrial Park (KIK)

APPTimber’s Facilties;

APPTimber purchased 1ha of industrial land at KIK in 2015 which is being developed as a “Wood Distribution & Training Centre” (in short “WDTC”) and phase 1 is scheduled to be completed end 2016, phase 2 mid 2017 and phase 3 in 2018

68m 12m 50m 6m 146m 18m 16m 2 24m 24m 6m 24m 24m 8m PHASE
68m
12m
50m
6m
146m
18m
16m
2
24m
24m
6m
24m
24m
8m
PHASE 1
PHASE 3
CONTAINER
VENEER
UNLOADING
SHOWROOM
DISTRIBUTION I
DISTRIBUTION 2
DISTRIBUTION 3
DISTRIBUTION 4
TRAINING
VENEER
LUMBER / PANELS
LUMBER
PANELS
SHOWROOM
PHASE 2
OFFICE
RENTAL OFFICES
12m
14m
36m
6m
Client
PT APP Timber
Title
ood Distribution & Training Centr
Plan
Phase 1, 2 & 3
Location
SRG Kendal Industrial Park
Date
15-Mar-16
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APPTimber’s Wood Distribution & Training Centre

Phase 2 : Main Building

Wood Distribution & Training Centre Phase 2 : Main Building Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber ©
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Wood Distribution & Training Centre Phase 2 : Main Building Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber ©

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APPTimber’s Wood Distribution & Training Centre

Main Functions;

Facilitators;

& Training Centre Main Functions; Facilitators; ü Capacity building by developing and strengthening the

ü Capacity building by developing and strengthening the skills, abilities and processes of people and companies involved in the woodworking industry

ü Interactive training centre for the woodworking industry

ü Providing technical know-how on the sourcing of imported legal & sustainable resources

ü Showroom of imported certified veneers, sawn timber and panel products

ü Industry experts from APPTimber

ü External industry experts representing a varied scope of related matters

ü Third party certification organisations such as Control Union, FSC, Rainforest Alliance, PEFC, idh, TTF, etc

ü Trade organisations such as AHEC, Fordaq, French Timber, German Timber, IWPA, NHLA, MTC, TEAM, etc

ü Leading architects from all over the world

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NHLA, MTC, TEAM, etc ü Leading architects from all over the world Proprietary & Confidential APP

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APPTimber’s Wood Distribution & Training Centre

Main Functions;

Facilitators;

& Training Centre Main Functions; Facilitators; ü Distribution centre of imported certified sawn timber,

ü Distribution centre of imported certified sawn timber, veneer and panel products

ü Trade magazines like Panels & Furniture, FDM, Asian Timber, WoodMag, Woodflooring Asia, etc

& Furniture, FDM, Asian Timber, WoodMag, Woodflooring Asia, etc Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
& Furniture, FDM, Asian Timber, WoodMag, Woodflooring Asia, etc Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016
& Furniture, FDM, Asian Timber, WoodMag, Woodflooring Asia, etc Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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& Furniture, FDM, Asian Timber, WoodMag, Woodflooring Asia, etc Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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APPTimber’s Wood Distribution & Training Centre

Know-How To Be Provided;

Target Groups;

Training Centre Know-How To Be Provided; Target Groups; ü The importance of sustainable forest management world

ü The importance of sustainable forest management world-wide and in Indonesia

ü How the use of imported wood products will help reducing deforestation in Indonesia

ü Students at vocational schools such as;

§ PIKA (Institute for Woodworking based in Semarang)

§ ITB (Bandung Institute of Technology in Bandung)

ü Explain about 3 rd party certification systems like FSC, PEFC, SLVK and other facilitators such as idh, The Borneo Initiative, CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research)

ü The importance of sourcing legal timber and explain legality systems like EUTR, FLEGT, VPA, Lacey Act, etc

ü Woodworking personnel of existing factories;

Furniture (solid & panel)

Flooring (solid & engineered)

Doors (solid & engineered)

Building components (various)

Interior decorations (various)

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Know-How To Be Provided;

Target Groups;

Training Centre Know-How To Be Provided; Target Groups; ü Technical information about imported timber species ü

ü Technical information about imported timber species

ü Various grading & measuring techniques

ü Various applications using imported timber species in furniture, flooring, doors, construction and architecture

ü Related associations such as;

AMKRI (Indonesian Furniture & Craft Association)

ASMINDO (Indonesian Furniture & handicraft Assoc.)

ü Designers, architects and specifiers;

HDII (Himpunan Designer Interior Indonesia)

ü The various techniques producing veneers, sawn timber and panels

ü Trends in the woodworking industry and understanding international markets

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Endorsements

Indonesian;

Mr. Arief Odon (Chief Editor, WoodMag); it is always good to invest educational facilities for direct users of imported wood in Indonesia, so they will have variety of choices in using timber for their design and production

Mr. Randy Perdana (Chain Of Custody Coordinator, Rainforest Alliance); an incredible idea and good initiative to become more responsible in managing our wood process in relation to sustainability and legality. This facility will have better impact for the woodworking industry in this country

Mr. Yosafat Wiratno (Deputy Chairman Public Relations, PIKA); this a is good idea because PIKA as education institution needs improving the teachers & students knowledge especially from harvesting, sawmilling, kiln drying, processing and so on until marketing

Mr. Tony Wood (idh – the sustainable trade initiative); the Indonesian forestry sector is moving through a transition phase as traditional sources of natural timber dry up and plantation wood begins to take it’s place. The industry needs to learn how to handle smaller tree size and improve the efficiency of operations to remain competitive. This requires training and a chage in management thinking. APP Timber’s initiative is therefore coming at an important time for the industry and will provide key support in achieving future national level goals

provide key support in achieving future national level goals Art Klassen (Regional Director, Tropical Forest

Art Klassen (Regional Director, Tropical Forest Foundation-Indonesia); a concept who’s implementation is long overdue. If Indonesia’s export goals in wood products are to be achieved, the industry needs to broaden its horizons. The Chinese wood working industry stands as an example of what a country can accomplish. Indonesia with it’s infinitely richer certified natural forest resources, coupled with an understanding of global species potential and local manufacturing expertise, is remarkably positioned to be a world leader in the export of high value added forest products sourced from around the world

Mr. Ade Iskandarsjah Latief (Editor Skala Magazine); to build a Timber Wood Training Center in Semarang is a bright idea; such centre will be a good solution for people who want to know about wood in detail

Mr. Bhakti Sadeli (Marketing & Promotion, ISWA); ISWA supports all companies who invest in teaching people involved in the Indonesian woodworking industry and we welcome APP Timber's good initiative

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woodworking industry and we welcome APP Timber's good initiative Proprietary & Confidential APP Timber © 2016

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Endorsements

Foreign;

Ms. Lee Zhuomin (Editor, Panels & Furniture Asia); it captures the essence of CSR - it’s not only about giving to charities, it’s about being responsible in everyday work where the company has a presence. Very often, many lumber companies boast about buying and sourcing from legal sources, but few touch on the impact on communities

Mr. Jean-Francois Guilbert (Director, French Timber); once again, as a leading supplier of imported European species to Indonesia, APP Timber is at the forefront of preparing the future of the wood Industry. Education and training are the keys to a sustainable and prosperous wood industry in Indonesia and FrenchTimber fully support this initiative. Not only will it increase local business but it will also offer new opportunities for manufacturers to open and develop new markets

Mr. Michael Buckley (Consultant, World Hardwoods); this is a good proposal to a country much in need of professional help, and one that the world should take more account of – given its population, resources and potential

Mr. Eerik Schipped (Contol Union Certification); this initiative received our support since it contributes to upgrading the knowledge level and awareness locally about wood / woodworking and connected regulations, laws. certification systems etc. This is also in line with our activities as executed by our office in Jakarta. We know APP Timber as a trustable company working seriously

We know APP Timber as a trustable company working seriously Mr. William Pang (Founder, Pablo Publishing);

Mr. William Pang (Founder, Pablo Publishing); Indonesia is the single largest tropical supplier of wood flooring for the EU market, with exports up 7.6% totaling 1.144 million m2. in the first nine months of 2015 according to the ITTO. With such huge volumes traded annually, the necessity for education and sharing know-how has never been more crucial. The new Wood Training Centre will ensure that local communities are empowered to secure sustainable livelihoods and protect precious forest resources at the same time

Ms. Sarah Price (PEFC); this is a fantastic initiative to support Indonesia’s burgeoning wood industry. Mainstreaming sustainability into Indonesia’s forest products sector requires the consideration of many aspects and APP Timber’s initiative stands to improve technical capacity, manufacturing efficiency and product diversity. The hands-on training approach will no doubt deliver positive impacts for local businesses and the positioning of Indonesia’s forest product industry globally

Mr. Mark Barford (NHLA); we are pleased to see more education and look forward to finding the proper role for NHLA in conjunction with our partners at AHEC

Ms. YoYo Xie (Editor, FDM Asia); The establishment of this wood training centre by APP Timber is undoubtedly an excellent initiative to enable the timber users to get technical know-how on the sourcing of imported legal and sustainable resources. This educational facility will provide a lot of professional information to the wood industry

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