Frequently Asked Questions

What is Timbeter Container?

Timbeter Container is a modern easy to use tool for timber log measurement and container management. Photo, measure and analyse your timber logs. Keep your containers in order, anywhere in the world.

Who can benefit from using Timbeter Container?

Timbeter is useful for anyone who deals with measuring timber logs in containers:

  • Harbor Operators
  • Manufacturers
  • Forest owners
  • Firewood manufacturers
  • Transportation companies
What do I need to do?

Click on the ‘Sign up’ button. After signing up and adding your company details, watch the short tutorial. Then take your first picture, adding in the log shipping container details. Remeasure if required, then send and share your measurements with others. For that, follow the instructions in the app.

How much does it cost?

Timbeter Container is on a monthly subscription basis costing either €250 or $300 (USD) per month. Monthly subscription includes the superior storage features that are giving real-time active storage status and are helpful for reporting and logistics.

Where do I download the app?

You can download Timbeter Container on Android or iOS

What computer/devices do I need?

Timbeter Container does not require any local hardware, only an Android or iOS smart device (mobile phone or tablet). Timbeter works on any computer and on any modern browser.

Does it work anywhere in the world?

Yes, but please do reach out to us if you require further customisation for your area.

What languages is Timbeter Container available in?

Timbeter is available in English with Chinese to come soon.


Is Timbeter Container faster and cheaper than manual log measuring?

Yes, very much so. Each container of logs can be measured for pile density, log diameters, and the number of logs in 15 minutes or less - saving the measurer not only time saved, but obtaining accurate measurements to get a better price for your timber container shipments.

How quick is Timbeter Container?

It takes on average 3 minutes to make a measurement. In comparison, to measure one container log-by-log can take up to 45 minutes.

I need further support.

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