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Elliotis Pine, Taeda Pine 15-90 mm * 65-200 mm * 3000-800-2440 mm kiln dry 100-5000 m3 / month from Brazil

  • Offer
    18409757
  • Date
    2024-07-11
  • Valid until:
    2024-09-09

Product

Type of species South American Softwood
Species Elliotis Pine (Pinus Elliotis), Taeda Pine
Origin Brazil

Specifications

Volume 100 - 5000 m3 per month Convert
Thickness 15-90 mm  Convert
Width 65-200 mm Convert
Length 800-2440; 3000 mm Convert
Grading system GRADE A
Quality VI.VII,VII+.1-4,1-5,5,DOM
Treatment HT : Heat treated
Drying Kiln dry (KD)
Moisture content 8-12 %
Description
Sawn timber, Pine KD
main usage pallet/ packaging/ furniture/ construction
Other sizes/ grades available under consult: blocks, A-COL grade (pithless), flattened products (S4S)

Price & Conditions

Price On demand USD per m3 Convert
Sells to: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Oceania

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