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Streamline your EUDR Compliance Globally
– from Order to Delivery​

The latest EU deforestation law urges companies to act globally. Our solution helps you to seamlessly keep track of your EUDR compliance throughout your value chain.

Internal & external suppliers

askEarth EUDR​ automatically analyses compliance of goods before delivery and reports alerts.

Warehouses & Production

askEarth EUDR traces goods throughout mixing & production steps, integrating seamlessly with your existing workflows.

Customers & EU Authorities

askEarth EUDR directly delivers relevant product information to your customers and reports to the EU information system.

askEarth EUDR – your trusted EUDR compliance system​

Keep the overview with our all-in-one EUDR compliance system designed to seamlessly integrate with your individual workflows​.

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Keep market access

Our distinctive system design ensures lossless data flow throughout your value chain and oversight at every step​.

Take real-time decisions

Our unique forestry AI algorithm analyses your orders and alerts reliably before you accept your shipment.

Keep your margins

Our global forestry monitoring software is developed to minimize your compliance expenses.

Get in touch with your EUDR expert

Manuel Gerold, Co-Founder and COO of askEarth.

Manuel Gerold
Co-Founder and COO at askEarth

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Is my company affected?

The European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) or (EU) 2023/1115 targets all companies selling within the EU market.

Which branches of my company are affected?

The European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) or (EU) 2023/1115 targets Cocoa, Coffee, Oil palm, Rubber, Soya, Wood, Cattle.

When will the regulation become effective?

The European Union Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) or (EU) 2023/1115 has been published on June 30th, 2023 and will be enforced from Dec 30th, 2024.

EUDR Compliance in short

Following are some of the most important definitions of the EUDR:


"relevant products"

products listed in Annex I that contain, have been fed with or have been made using relevant commodities;​



the conversion of forest to agricultural use, whether human-induced or not;​


"forest degradation"

structural changes to forest cover, taking the form of the conversion of:​
(a) primary forests or naturally regenerating forests into plantation forests or into other wooded land; or​
(b) primary forests into planted forests;​


"primary forest"

naturally regenerated forest of native tree species, where there are no clearly visible indications of human activities and the ecological processes are not significantly disturbed;​


"naturally regenerating forest"

forest predominantly composed of trees established through natural regeneration; it includes any of the following:​
(a) forests for which it is not possible to distinguish whether planted or naturally regenerated;​
(b) forests with a mix of naturally regenerated native tree species and planted or seeded trees, and where the naturally regenerated trees are expected to constitute the major part of the growing stock at stand maturity;​
(c) coppice from trees originally established through natural regeneration;​
(d) naturally regenerated trees of introduced species;​


"planted forest"

forest predominantly composed of trees established through planting and/or deliberate seeding, provided that the planted or seeded trees are expected to constitute more than 50 % of the growing stock at maturity; it includes coppice from trees that were originally planted or seeded;​


"plantation forest"

a planted forest that is intensively managed and meets, at planting and stand maturity, all the following criteria: one or two species, even age class, and regular spacing; it includes short rotation plantations for wood, fibre and energy, and excludes forests planted for protection or ecosystem restoration, as well as forests established through planting or seeding, which at stand maturity resemble or will resemble naturally regenerating forests;​


"other wooded land"

land not classified as ‘forest’ spanning more than 0,5 hectares, with trees higher than 5 metres and a canopy cover of 5 to 10 %, or trees able to reach those thresholds in situ, or with a combined cover of shrubs, bushes and trees above 10 %, excluding land that is predominantly under agricultural or urban land use;​



(a) that the relevant products contain, have been fed with or have been made using, relevant commodities that were produced on land that has not been subject to deforestation after 31 December, 2020; and​
(b) in the case of relevant products that contain or have been made using wood, that the wood has been harvested from the forest without inducing forest degradation after 31 December, 2020;​


"plot of land"

land within a single real-estate property, as recognised by the law of the country of production, which enjoys sufficiently homogeneous conditions to allow an evaluation of the aggregate level of risk of deforestation and forest degradation associated with relevant commodities produced on that land;​



the geographical location of a plot of land described by means of latitude and longitude coordinates corresponding to at least one latitude and one longitude point and using at least six decimal digits; for plots of land of more than four hectares used for the production of the relevant commodities other than cattle, this shall be provided using polygons with sufficient latitude and longitude points to describe the perimeter of each plot of land;​