We engage in constant and regular purchasing programs with our suppliers, to make sure that our wood offer is always available and vast. Our customers, conscientious about their stock rotation, can rely on us to provide promptly available stocks, ready to deliver, but still competitively priced.
On the other hand, our suppliers, facing seasonal stock fluctuations but wishing for adaptable production plans, finds in Regalis a partner that can guarantee order continuity and stability that helps optimizing their production capacity.
Moreover, we encourage our supplier and often participate in investments with them to further improve and develop their transformation capacity in their factories in order to reduce the carbon footprint related to the transport of the products and to help further develop the local economy.
Regalis was founded in 1996 in Italy by managing director, Paolo Bracciano. Our office based in Mondovi in the north west region of Piedmont was operational for 7 years during which we developed our supplier and customer base and grown our expertise in the wood trading. Today in Italy remains a representative office that follows the European and American markets.
In 2002 Regalis opened a commercial and logistic office in North Africa (Tunisia) that covers the markets of the magreb and sub-saharian Africa. From Tunisia we operate our administrative and logistic hub that manages our worldwide shipments.
During 2007 the company expanded to Middle East, opening a trading company (REGALIS FZCO) in the Free Zone of Jebel Ali (Dubai) in the United Arab Emirates. The Dubai office covers the Gulf and middle East markets.
Since 2015 Regalis is active in Slovenia and Croatia for the supply of European softwoods and temperate hardwoods.
In 2018 a new representative office opened in Hong Kong to promote the company expansion to the Asian markets.
Regalis is an active member of the following international associations and trade institutions
An internationally recognized association that serves the tropical timber industry, from the forest to the end user. It plays a key role in the implementation of international projects dedicated to the sustainable and responsible management of tropical forests. Paolo Bracciano (Regalis MD) is member of the ATIBT board of directors.
The leading international trade association representing the North American imported wood products industry, engaged in the import of hardwoods and softwoods from sustainably managed forests in more than 30 nations across the globe.