It is a form of ethical management that involves the inclusion of the expectations of all stakeholders (Shareholders / Investors, Employees and their families, Community, Customers, Suppliers, Environment and Government) around the company to achieve sustainable development.

For the International Labor Organization (ILO), the corporate social responsibility is the set of measures that take into account the companies so that their activities have a positive impact on society and affirm their principles and values that govern both, their own internal methods and processes in its relationship with other persons involved. CSR is a voluntary initiative.

The main corporate ethical responsibilities towards the workers and the community are to:

Serve the society with useful products under fair conditions.
Create wealth in the most efficient way possible.
Respect the human rights under decent working conditions that promote labor health and safety and human and professional development of the workers.
Ensure the continuity of the company and, if possible, to achieve growth.
Respect the environment avoiding as much as possible any kind of pollution, minimizing waste and more efficient use of natural and energetic resources.
Comply with laws, regulations, rules and customs strictly, while respecting the legitimate contracts and commitments.
Ensuring equitable distribution of wealth generated.
For us, CSR means a sustainable forest use, avoiding and reducing the negative impacts of our operations and ensure its future productive capacity. It means to ensure compliance with the rights of our employees and be an active member in the development of local communities. It aims to offer quality solutions to our clients and promote sustainable forest management locally and abroad. The objective is to seek business continuity and sustainability over time.