|Product Name ||Commercial Plywood |
|Size ||1220x2440mm(4'x8'),915*2135mm(3'x7') or according to request |
|face/back: || bintangor, okoume, poplar, teak ,red pencil cedar, red wood, keruing, oak, sapele and so on |
|Thickness ||1-25mm |
|Thickness Tolerance ||+-0.3mm |
|Grade ||BB/BB, BB/CC, CC/CC or as your requirements |
|Core ||poplar, hardwood, combi |
|Glue ||E0 ,E1,E2 MR,WBP, Melamine,Phenolic |
|Moisture content ||10-12% |
|Packing ||Inner:pallet lined with 0.2mm plastic bag |
Outer:pallet is covered by plywood and then steel tape for strength
|Delivery time ||15~20 days upon the receipt of deposit or l/c at sight |
1, What is your MOQ?
Our MOQ is usually 1 container
2, What is your leading time?
Leading time is 20-25 days after we receive the deposit.
3, What is your payment terms?
We accept 30% T/T in advance,70% against BLc opy. Or L/C at sight.
4, How about the samples?
We provide free sample for customer to check
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