Quintis

quintis.com.au

Level 1
87 Colins Street
West Perth
6005
Australia

+61 8 6458 4700

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Quintis is the world’s largest supplier of legal, certified natural Indian sandalwood. Spanning over 12,000 hectares in the north of Australia, we have pioneered the planting, management and harvesting of Indian sandalwood, hosting over 5.5 million trees across our plantations. We proud to offer a sustainable legal supply of logs, oil, wood ships and powder across the globe, and supplying the world’s only British Pharmacopoeia approved Indian sandalwood oil

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From humble beginnings in the north of Australia, Quintis has dedicated the last 20 years to the growing, management and sustainable harvesting of Indian sandalwood (also known as Santalum album).

In 1999, we planted the first Indian sandalwood trees. In 2008, we acquired Mount Romance Australia, where we now process and distil Australian sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) oil. Today, Quintis is truly a global leader in the supply of Indian and Australian Sandalwood raw materials.

Our Indian Sandalwood plantation is the largest in the world, spanning over 12,000 hectares and home to more than 5.5 million trees. A custom-built, 60,000 square metre distillation facility allows us to gently steam distil the fragrant and luxurious heartwood oil.

We also distil pure Australian Sandalwood oil, sustainably sourced through the West Australian Forest Products Commission.

We embrace the Australian spirit of innovation, advancing and adapting technology to create the best, most stable outcomes. Our natural and rigorous tree breeding program creates trees with up to 18% greater growth and yields of heartwood.

We are proud to supply the world’s only Indian Sandalwood oil that meets British Pharmacopoeia standards. But it doesn’t stop there – we also supply globally certified sandalwood logs, wood chips and powder.

Quintis never uses growth hormones or stimulants, ensuring our products are 100% natural.

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