The solution for the compliance EUDR

The EUDR (European Deforestation Free Regulation) is legislation that obliges operators and traders within the EU to ensure that their products do not contribute to global deforestation or forest degradation.

In an increasingly complex regulatory environment, complying with the European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) can be a challenge. Our cloud platform offers you a comprehensive solution to manage all aspects of the regulation efficiently and securely.

This system should include the collection of information (Due Diligence) on the origin of the products, risk assessment and the adoption of measures to avoid or minimize the risk of products coming from illegally deforested areas. The applicability of the Regulation depends on several factors, such as the country of origin of the product, the type of production and forest management practices. This directive is an extension and update of the previous directive, the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), and aims to increase the transparency and quality of sustainability information that companies must provide. The objectives of the EUDR are to reduce deforestation linked to EU consumption, promote sustainable production and consumption, protect biodiversity and ecosystem services, improve transparency and accountability, and contribute to sustainable development goals.
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Features main EUDR

  • The products affected by the European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) are those that have a higher risk of being associated with deforestation and forest degradation. Timber, Cocoa Coffee, Soybeans, Palm oil, Rubber and Cattle.
  • Due diligence: Implementation of a due diligence system to assess and mitigate deforestation risk associated with products.
  • Prohibition of unsustainable products: The introduction, commercialization or export of affected products that do not come from deforestation-free areas or have not been produced in accordance with the legislation of the country of origin is prohibited.
  • Due Diligence Declaration (DDD): Mandatory submission of a DDD in the European Commission’s computer system prior to placing on the EU market or exporting affected products. The DDD should include information on the origin of the products, the due diligence measures implemented and the deforestation risk assessment.
  • Traceability: Implementation of a traceability system
    to trace the affected products from production to marketing, ensuring compliance with the EUDR.
  • Documentary record: Preservation for at least 5 years
    of a register of DDD and related documentation.
Categories affected
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Who has to comply with the EUDR?

The EUDR affects a broad spectrum of companies within the European Union. Specific categories of companies that must comply with EUDR requirements include:

  1. Large companies: All large companies, regardless of whether they are publicly traded or not. A company is considered large if it meets at least two of the following criteria:
    • More than 250 employees.
    • A balance sheet total of more than 20 million euros.
    • A net turnover of more than 40 million euros.
  2. Companies listed on regulated markets in the EU: This includes both large companies and listed small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
  1. Non-European companies: Non-European companies that are part of the supply chain of these products may be indirectly affected by the EUDR, as their European suppliers will require information and guarantees on the origin and sustainable production of the products.
  2. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): are obliged to communicate to downstream operators and traders all the necessary information, including the reference number of the DDD and to provide the authorities with the required information and cooperate in controls.
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