It is based in the north of the Republic of the Congo since 1969, specifically in the town of Pokola, in the Sangha region.
It has more than 1,000 permanent workers to date. It has four Forest Management Units (FMU), covering approximately 2.2 million hectares: Pokola, Kabo, Loundougou-Toukoulaka and Mimbeli Ibenga, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). It also has four industrial production units (sawmills), 41 dryers, a moulding unit, a woodworking workshop and a workshop manufacturing wood-frame house.
As part of the DYNAFAC collective's activities, a comprehensive monitoring plot of forest dynamics has been installed in Loundougou.