Timber Mats

Made from Eucalyptus.
Stronger. Safer. Standardized. Sustainable.

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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

All World Forest Group timber mats are carbon neutral. We continually reduce our production and distribution emissions. Then we offset any remaining emissions with high quality carbon credits. Deeper dive here.

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.


All World Forest Group Eucalyptus mats include a 10-point Manufacturing Guarantee. You receive a quality product  every time.  See your guarantee here.

I have handled literally every type of timber mat from the hardwoods to the pines, as well as different vendors 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."

- Operator, Major Mat Supplier
World Forest Group is a very trustworthy supplier, a really positive whole organization. Am impressed with quality and price that you sell. Very pleased with your service especially in the difficult conditions in which we work."
- Senior Regional VP Heavy Lift Company
They provided a good quality Eucalyptus mat. The mats were readily available and delivered in a timely fashion. One thing we noticed is that they didn't chip as much and held up really well against our steel track excavator, and with very little deflection. They didn't even flake when we went to clear the mud off of them with a skid steer.
- Senior Project Superintendent
Ran a CAT D7 dozer with grousers on the mats for 30 minutes. The Eucalyptus mats didn’t scuff at all.
- Pipeliner, 20+ years experience
The 6" mats are performing very well. After about 140 million pounds and 2100 round trips (loaded weight about 92,000 lbs) over five months of use they are still perfect. Their performance is great.
- General Manager. Concrete Factory.
"Compared with mixed hardwoods - actually a stronger mat; you should not be concerned with performance. The quality of construction: Eucalyptus mats have solid construction, square timbers, bolted well, no wane and bark, more wood. When you get mixed hardwood it’s all sorts of different size timbers.  They hold up just as well if not better....higher quality mat from beginning. Perform just as well if not better...been thoroughly pleased."
- Project Manager. National Construction Firm. Wind Division
I haven't seen mats with square edges for 10 years!
- Quality Control Specialist, National Pipeline Company
We purchased 1000 16'x4'x8" Eucalyptus mats from you two years ago. Not a single one has broken. Normal mixed hardwood attrition would have been 10% plus.
- Sr. Manager. Nationwide ROW Company
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