US lawsuit bans Brazilian plywood due to poor quality

US lawsuit bans Brazilian plywood due to poor quality
    A federal court judge in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, recently entered a permanent injunction ordering the revocation of all PS 1 certificates issued by PFS-TECO to more than a dozen Brazilian mills producing structural plywood for the U.S. market.    The lawsuit alleged false advertising, loss of revenue, and negligence related to the structural plywood failing to meet U.S. standards, therefore deeming it unsafe. The decision forces wholesalers and retailers to immediately consider these products off-grade and either obliterate the PS 1 stamp on the plywood before resale or destroy ...

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