Plywood boasts premium quality, and strength. Depending on machinery, tropical plywood can be made with high accuracy in thickness, and is a highly preferable choice in America, Japan, Middle East, Korea, and other regions around the world.

Birch Plywood is unique because of it’s all-birch veneer core that’s cross-banded and laminated with exterior grade glue, making for a superior stable sheet. It also has a thicker face veneer than traditional cabinet grade plywood.

Birch Plywood is used as a structural material in special applications e.g.:
Wind turbine blades
Insulation boxes for liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers
High-end loud speakers
Die-cutting boards
Supporting structure for parquet
Playground equipment
Signs and fences for demanding outdoor advertising

OSB is a material with favourable mechanical properties that make it particularly suitable for load-bearing applications in construction It is now more popular than plywood, commanding 66% of the structural panel market. The most common uses are as sheathing in walls, flooring, and roof decking. For exterior wall applications, panels are available with a radiant-barrier layer pre-laminated to one side; this eases installation and increases energy performance of the building envelope. OSB also sees some use in furniture production


  • Dimensionally accurate
  • Quality assured
  • Durable