|Name || Okoume Plywood /Bintangor Plywood /Commercial Plywood |
|Size ||1220mm*2440mm |
|Thickness ||2.0mm---18mm |
|Thickness Tolerance ||PLYWOOD(±0.2mm to ±0.3mm) |
|Core ||poplar core & hardwood core plywood, MDF |
|Face TYPE ||Nature&EV. ash, Sapela, Red Oak, White Oak, Teak, steam Beech, Okoume,walnut,ect |
|Glue || E1, E2, MR |
|Grade ||AAA, AA, A or as agreed. |
|Moisture ||To be 9%-14% at time of shipment. |
|Usage ||Decoration, furniture, construction.Door |
|Package ||Inter packing: 0.20mm plastic bag.Outer packing: pallets are covered with plywood or carton board and then steel for strength. |
|Delivery time || 20 days on receipt of deposit or original L/C. |
1.Q: Can we make customized sizes?
A: Sure, we can manufacture as your sizes and designs.
2.Q: What's the minium order quantity?
A: 20 FT container.
3.Q: What payment terms do youwork with?
A: TT, L/C, West Union, etc
4.Q : What's your main market?
A: South America, Mid East, Africa,Southeast Asia and Nothern Europe, etc
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