Plywood panel construction is dictated by the needs of the customer, and with those needs come a slew of build requirements. At Timber Products Company, we look at these requirements and decide how best to manufacture the order so it meets the quality, appearance and price targets of the client. Once order specifications are met, the decision to go with a one-step or two-step construction is determined. But, what is the difference? Read MoreComponents Panels Veneers Hardwood Plywood
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Located in Oregon, Grants Pass is one of our ten milling operations and rests 150 miles directly south of Eugene and 40 miles west of Medford. This facility employs roughly 170 people and produces our selection of hardwood and softwood plywood. Read MoreComponents Hardwood Lumber Panels Hardwood Plywood
Last year, more than half of the decorative and hardwood plywood products imported into the United States came from China. These products come into the country significantly below the U.S. market price because of the Chinese government’s questionable support of domestic hardwood plywood producers through tax breaks and discounts given to land and raw materials. Read MoreComponents GreenT Hardwood Lumber Panels Sustainability Timber Products Company
Inspired by the fluting on the underside of a mushroom, the ceiling design of the Crystal Bridges Museum store features undulating rows of Timber Products’ cherry-wood hardwood plywood panels.Learn More