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Softwood S/F Planks for Sale, 47 mm Thick

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Type Boards
Type of species European Softwood
Species Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine, Spruce (Picea abies)


Volume 40 - 1000 m3 per month Convert
Thickness 47 mm  Convert
Width 100;125;150;175;200;225 mm Convert
Length 6000 mm Convert
Grading system Nordic TC (blue book) grading rules
Quality A
Treatment No treatment
Drying Shipping dry (KD 18-20%)
40x145x3600 pine also available similar price.

We package as you request.

We have a good contact with transportation company's sop we can also deliver to material to you.

Price & Conditions

Price On demand EUR per m3 Convert
Incoterm FOB - goods are loaded on a ship in port of export Country Latvia Region Riga
Sells to: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Oceania


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