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TIMBERLINK SUPPORTING TASMANIANS

Everyday, our high-tech Bell Bay mill transforms sustainably grown Tasmanian plantation pine into quality timber products. Our products are then used to make almost anything, from a simple packaging pallet, to the structure of a mid-rise building. Your purchase supports our Bell Bay community by keeping jobs in Tasmania. It also helps the environment as you are choosing a sustainably sourced, renewable building product that is low carbon.

A LINK WITH LOCAL JOBS

By purchasing Timberlink timber products you are supporting the local manufacturing industry. You support the 200 employees at our Bell Bay mill in a range of diverse roles including saw doctoring, mill optimisation, supply chain management, accounting, sales and customer service just to mention a few.

You also support all the local businesses we use to transport our timber across the State, keep our mill up and running and our people well fed.

If you would like to work with us, send us your details using our online form.

A LINK WITH LOCAL COMMUNITY

Being a significant regional employer at Bell Bay, we understand our success is linked to the strength of our local community. We have a responsibility to provide sustainable employment so our people can plan for their future. Our success is inextricably linked to our community remaining strong.

We support local events, activities and organisations through our sponsorship program.

We would love to support every application we receive for assistance, however due to the volume of requests we receive we can’t. To help you with your application, we are happy to share the selection criteria we use when assessing requests. If you would like a copy or want to apply for sponsorship please contact us via our online form here.

A LINK WITH SUSTAINABILITY

All our timber logs are sourced from sustainably managed Tasmanian pine plantations. We define sustainably managed as the management of plantations to maintain their full range of environmental, social and economic values. We use forest management certification to provide assurance that the logs we source have been legally harvested from sustainably managed forests and plantations. Almost all of Timberlink’s timber suppliers have formal Forest Certification under at least one of the major forest certification standards used in Australia, Responsible Wood (Australian member of PEFC International) and FSC. Any uncertified supply still needs to be formally controlled in order for us to achieve both our Responsible Wood and FSC certifications which confirms that the wood doesn’t arise from a “controversial source” as defined by AS4707.

A LINK WITH A SAFER WORKPLACE

Safety at Timberlink is paramount, and it is why we launched our HOME SAFE program. Everyone deserves to go home safely to their families at the end of each day. To ensure that this deeply held value is carried out at all levels of the company, the HOME SAFE program is built upon the following principles:

  • All injuries and incidents are preventable
  • Above-the-line behaviours including identifying, reporting and, where possible, fixing hazards; reporting all incidents; following procedures & practices
  • No task is worth compromising safety for
  • Everyone getting HOME SAFE is achievable

But safety isn’t just something you need to think about at work. We urge you to think about how safety is going to follow you home, impact your personal life and become embedded in your everyday thinking. Come home safely everyday. If you work with timber, check out our Timber Safety Guide.

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WHERE TO BUY

Our products are available from local hardware stores and timber yards across the State. Click the button below to find the closest one to you. Every time you purchase a piece of Timberlink timber, you are helping to keep jobs in Tasmania.

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