Shivangi Industries is a partnership firm located in Jaipur. We have started our operations in 2014 as a general timber trader and in last 6 years we had entered in the field of Timber trading, Processing, Treatment and Plantations. The company is backed up by young entrepreneurs who have a good experience in business management practices. Earlier we were operating in Rajasthan but now from last 2 years we have operation across the India. Shivangi Industries (SI) is a leader in Sustainable timber trading and processing. The company expertise in supplying high quality Timber and timber products and provide both surface finish and foundation/structural products for homes, offices and retail establishments.

The organization has received several awards and certifications for implementing best work practices across factories, maintaining eco-friendly manufacturing, and ensuring quality and guaranteed products, including the prestigious FSC® FM License Code: FSC-C162551 (SCS-FM/COC-008105), FSC® CoC License Code : FSC-C158685 (SCS-COC-007430) and FSC® certified products can be supplied upon request. The consistency-testifying certifications of the Company comprise ISO 9001 (quality management). The company provides direct employment to over 800 families. Moreover, the company provides livelihood to over 100 families through indirect job opportunities. The company has won many prestigious awards for various best performances. The major raw materials species in which we are trading and processing is Mangifera Indica, Acacia Nilotica along with various other species like Pinus Radiata, Delbergia Sisoo, Tectona Grandis of wood come from all parts of India.

As a step towards sustainability in timber business we have started a new vertical of managing social forestry in various states of India where they are making group of farmers at regional level, giving them training and other expertise and help them to make their livelihood better. We started this project initially in Central India now we have expanded to North, South and East India also. We are also into Farm forestry and Social Forestry. We are growing and managing various species across India. We are also planning to move Africa and Nepal for the forestry operations.

Social Forestry needs are different for developing countries which are at different stages of development. They need Social Forestry for a variety of reasons. India is no exception to this. Realizing the importance of Social Forestry, the Government of India and Private Plantation players embarked upon a massive programme of Social Forestry. Social Forestry means the management and protection of forests and afforestation on barren lands with the purpose of helping in the environmental, social and rural development. Shivangi Industries (SI) India's strategy for forestry development reflects the need both to develop production forestry programs to supply the growing demand of the domestic wood products industry and to develop social forestry (also referred to as community forestry) programs to supply wood, fuel wood, fodder, small timber and minor forest produce to the rural population.

We ensure that each State develop community forests. The term “social forestry” is used interchangeably with “farm and community forestry” and “forestry for local community development”. The terms refer to a broad range of tree or forest-related activities under taken by rural landowners and community groups to provide products for their own use and for generating local income. Social forestry may also include governments or other groups planting trees on public lands to meet local village needs. Social forestry can contribute significantly in improving the livelihood of poor rural people through soil improvement. It can also supply wood for home construction, farm building, fencing, fuel, fiber, food supplements, windbreak protection, shade and fodder for livestock. Social forestry can provide income for farmers and rural communities and can help to move people from the frightening and fragile condition of mere subsistence to a better level of living.

Social forestry can be defined as forestry of the people, by the people and for the people. It is implemented in wastelands, panchayat lands, village commons and roadsides, canal banks, railway lines etc. which may bring under forest plantations, shelter belts and mixed forestry, on which grass and leaf fodder may be raised and on which fruit trees and fuel wood trees may be grown. The main Objectives of Social Forestry includes:

  1. To meet the fodder, fuel and small timber requirements of the rural people.
  2. Providing employment to rural people by raising plantation in wastelands and creating assets for village panchayat to increase their income.
  3. To protect the farmland against water and wind erosion.
  4. To improve the financial position of individuals and community.
  5. To avoid using of cow dung cakes and agricultural waste as fuel and to make use of it as manure in the farmlands.
  6. To improve the ecology and environment of the area.
  7. To improve Carbon stock in the tree cover outside the forest.

We have various policies for farm management activities, these are basically for better management and operations of all our activities:

01. Afforestation Policy
02. Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy
03. Biological control Agent Induction Policy
04. Chemical and Pesticide Policy
05. Contract of Contractors policy
06. CSR Policy
07. Damage and Compensation policy
08. Fire Management Policy
09. FSC® Adherence policy
10. Hazardous waste management policy
11. HCV & RTE Monitoring Policy
12. HCV Conservation Policy
13. Illegal Issues and Guarding the farm Policy
14. Integrated Pest Management Policy
15. Landslide Susceptibility Policy
16. MEA Policy
17. Minimizing Soil Erosion and Conservation Policy
18. Monitoring and Evaluation Policy
19. Occupational Health, Safety and Hazard Policy (OHSAS)
20. Personal Protective Equipment Policy
21. Publically Available summary policy
22. RTE conservation Policy
23. Sustainable Farm Management Policy
24. Training and Development Policy
25. Waste Management Policy
26. Wood Harvesting Policy
27. Wood tracking policy

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