Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC) is a not for profit organization that establish, own, and develop a scheme of sustainable forest management and chain of custody.
IFCC was established on September 9th, 2011, which its objective is to promote and increase sustainable forest management (SFM) through the implementation of forestry certification by adopting the Programme for The Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) scheme, which includes among others, but not limited to, certification of forest management, forest products, forest product-processing industries and the chain of custody.
The establishment of IFCC is based on a comprehensive reason that forest is a gift and a mandate from God Almighty which has very diverse functions (ecological, economic, social and cultural) and benefits towards mankind. The benefits derived from a variety of forest products, ranging from wood, other biological forest products, non-biological forest products, forest service, until the goods and services derived from the forest products.
IFCC has officially become a PEFC National Governing Body in Indonesia since November 2012, and on October 1, 2014 IFCC certification scheme has officially endorsed by the PEFC Council.
PEFC is the world's leading forest certification organization