8m3 of illegal Teak logs reportedly seized in Sraten

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September 4, 2020 - East Java, Indonesia

According to Jatimnow, the South Banyuwangi Forest Management Unit (Pohutmob) Mobile Forest Police seized 8.7 cubic meters of illegal Teak logs that were being transported without proper documents on Raya Srono road in Sraten. The information in the timber certificate allegedly differed from the physical cargo. The teak allegedly originated from Curahjati in Purwoharjo District and was destined for Bali.

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8m3 of illegal Teak logs reportedly seized in Sraten

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