Sawn Timber for production of exterior cladding products

Our raw material for exterior cladding is specially selected from a 2X-log sawn product. The material is slow grown with tight grain, sorted as quality US-V. This product normally comes in whitewood (spruce) but can also be offered in redwood (pine).

Dimensions

43 x 100/ 125/ 150/ 175/ 200 mm

44 x 100/ 125/ 150/ 175/ 200 mm

50 x 100/ 125/ 150/ 175/ 200 mm

63 x 100/ 125/ 150/ 175/ 200 mm

 

 

Contact us - sale of sawn timber

Ljungemo, Suzan
Suzan Ljungemo International Sales Director +46 725 222 992
Are you looking for consumer products? Sawn timber is used by our industrial customers as raw materials for their own production of e.g. construction timber, glulam, panels, flooring, mouldings, windows and packaging. If you are looking for final consumer products, please visit our local websites. In Norwegian
Are you looking for consumer products? Sawn timber is used by our industrial customers as raw materials for their own production of e.g. construction timber, glulam, panels, flooring, mouldings, windows and packaging. If you are looking for final consumer products, please visit our local websites. In Swedish
Sawn Timber for production of exterior cladding products

Contact us - sale of sawn timber

Ljungemo, Suzan
Suzan Ljungemo International Sales Director +46 725 222 992
Are you looking for consumer products? Sawn timber is used by our industrial customers as raw materials for their own production of e.g. construction timber, glulam, panels, flooring, mouldings, windows and packaging. If you are looking for final consumer products, please visit our local websites. In Norwegian
Are you looking for consumer products? Sawn timber is used by our industrial customers as raw materials for their own production of e.g. construction timber, glulam, panels, flooring, mouldings, windows and packaging. If you are looking for final consumer products, please visit our local websites. In Swedish
Photo: Mikael Svensson

Sustainability

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