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Pine - Scots Pine 50+ mm 36 m3 / spot

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Type of species European Softwood
Species Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine


Volume 36 m3 Spot - 1 time Convert
Thickness 50+ mm  Convert
Grading system European - French CTBA grading rules
Quality -
Pesticide treatment with HT marking
Natural drying method
Product quality available: I - II - III category
Dimensions: available according to customer requirements
Both boards and brackets can be of different sizes reaching a maximum length of 4000 mm

During transport, the product is presented on pallets with spacer slats, designed to guarantee good ventilation of the wood.

Usually, disposable pallets or pallets for carrying industrial products are produced from these wooden elements
Thanks to the large production volume and good transport organization we can offer an exceptionally convenient price.

Price & Conditions

Price 135,00 EUR per m3 Convert
Incoterm EXW - ex-works (seller's), goods are at seller's place
Sells to: Worldwide


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