ABIMCI States the Permanent Injunction Against PFS-TECO Does Not Cover Product Certified on or Before May 31, 2022

The permanent injunction agreed to by the US Structural Plywood Integrity Coalition and PFS-TECO and signed by a US federal district judge in Florida on May 23, 2022, did not prohibit, limit, or restrict the sale and/or use of plywood panels produced and stamped with the PFS-TECO PS-1 certification until after May 31, 2022.

In addition, it does not order the removal or destruction of any Brazilian product that has had the certificate granted by PFS-TECO on or before May 31, 2022, and does not refer to any other certification mark.


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Abimci assesses agreement made by the U.S. Structural Plywood Integrity Coalition and the certifier PFS-TECO