Show me how to use a long-lasting mat that’s strong enough for the job but doesn’t cost me extra freight.
Show me how to maintain the highest safety standards and reduce my risk and cost.
Show me how I can have a mat fleet that lasts under the toughest heavy lift conditions as well as light duty solar.
Show me how to get more bang for my matting dollars and keep my workplace safe.
Why Use World Forest Group Eucalyptus Mats
Eucalyptus is 40% stronger than oak. Allows you to use a thinner mat and get the same results. Save money in purchase, trucking, and get a longer-lasting mat, too. Read about thinner, stronger, and longer-lasting mats.
I just want to express they are the best timber mat I have ever experienced. They handle fantastic with a front end loader. They are super easy to coordinate if laying a pad. They go on a truck with superior ease, and they hold up significantly to the outdoor elements.
I graded out 300 A grade Eucalyptus mats 10 months ago. I shipped them to a project yesterday, and the integrity they possessed 10 months ago was still there.
I just wanted to share my experience with you about your product."
How can we sleep better by using better mats?
Loss avoidance, especially in this financial environment, is a critical driver of sanity and better sleep.
To make the right decision on a thinner mat look at two things: Material strength and Total Cost of Ownership. The two are related because material strength is a good predictor of mat life and mat life is the biggest component and predictor of your Total Cost of Ownership.
Previously, we explored, “Is a thinner mat the future of matting?“ Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a useful tool to evaluate the cost of owning a timber mat. You get lowest TCO with Eucalyptus timber mats. TCO is especially important with thinner mats because freight savings may seem to be large, but you may