ALPI S.p.A., a leader in the production of decorative composite wood surfaces, was the first company in the world to industrialize this manufacturing process.
The ALPI collections provide a vast range of types of wood in terms of colours, textures, and grain; ideal options for covering any type of surface.
Husky Plywood is part of Canada’s largest company focusing on decorative wood products. Based on a solid experience and focusing on quality, they offer a wide range of decorative hardwood veneers and numerous options of cores that can be laminated to your specifications.
Columbia Forest Products is North America’s leading manufacturer of hardwood plywood and hardwood veneer products, which are used to create high-quality cabinetry, fine furniture, architectural millwork, and commercial fixtures.
Specializing in hardwood, softwood, and custom plywood, ProPly works with a variety of veneer species including birch, mahogany, beech, ash, cherry, chestnut, hickory, maple, rosewood, teak, and zebrawood.
With their veneer core hardwood plywood, there are no limits. Their high-quality products are perfect for building kitchen cabinets, furniture for the house, doors, stairs, decks, ship interiors, or anything else you can think of.
They have great expertise in flexible veneers, custom manufacturing, exotic veneers, and architectural panels. Veneers can be made on a large variety of backings. The veneer on panels is already widespread in various industries. However, the variety of species that they put at your disposal can give different colours to your achievements.
Garnica is a global leader in the plywood industry.
Their objective is to impress clients, no matter where they are in the world, with an extraordinary product made using a unique production model based on sustainability and innovation.
Rockshield Engineered Wood Products operates a plywood overlay mill in Cochrane, Ontario, the heart of renewable conifer and aspen forests. The majority of panels are hardwood plywood to which Rockshield adds a hardwood veneer such as oak, cherry, maple, or birch as an overlay to produce ready-to-use panels.