Having merged with EAC Timber, DLH Nordisk A/S is now one of the largest independent timber trading companies. DLH Nordisk is part of the DLH group, headquartered in Denmark
DLH has offices in 28 countries worldwide with over 1500 employees. DLH Nordisk A/S has been trading in timber and wood products since 1908, focusing on procurement.
With its US and North American headquarters in Greensboro, NC, DLH Nordisk, Inc., is one of the largest importers of tropical lumber into the United States. The company ranked as the second largest importer of bigleaf mahogany into the US in 2000.

Nordisk Timber Ltda., in Belem is the companies arm in Brazil. They also have offices in Gabon, Ghana and Cte dIvoir, Cameroon, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Like many other companies, DLHs website cites an environmental policy of sustainable forest management. However, DLHs activities tell a different story.
In 2000-2001, DLH imported most of their mahogany from Exports Peracchi Tapajos Timber Company and Madeireira Juary Ltda., three of the companies involved in the illegal chain of supply of mahogany.
DLH 2000-2001 bigleaf customers include large furniture manufacturers such as Henredon, Craftique, Stickley, Drexel-Heritage, Hickory-White, Lexington Furniture Industries, Gibbard Furniture Shops, Heckman and others; paneling manufacturers such as Georgia-Pacific Company; casket manufacturers such as Batesville Casket Co.; window manufacturers like Zeluck, Inc.; as well as dozens of wholesale lumber companies such as Rare Earth Hardwoods, Sitco Lumber and McEwan Lumber; millwork manufacturers such as Mold-Rite and Dover Millwork; veneer companies such as General Wood and Veneer, Ltd.; musical instrument makers and specialty manufacturers.
DLH Nordisk A/S; 66, Skagensgade; P.O. Box 136; DK-2630 Taastrup; Denmark
Tel.: +45 43 500 100; fax.: +45 43 500 191; Telex: 33 488
DLH Nordisk Inc.; Suite 10; 2211 W. Meadowview Road; Greensboro, NC 27407-3408;
Stewart Sexton, Managing Director; tel.: 336/852-8341; fax: 336/852-1933