A leading manufacturer and distributor of wood veneers in Thailand, PACIFICWOOD specializes in decorative coverings for building applications and interior design. Our wood veneers are made from high-quality hardwood lumber. They are manufactured under strict quality control. Our technological know-how is backed by experience that spans more than four decades.
To meet the growing demand for wood veneers, PACIFICWOOD obtains quality hardwood timber from around the world and turns it into high-end products using modern technologies and advanced machinery.
The driving force behind the real success story of PACIFICWOOD is a cohort of highly skilled craftsmen. Their experience and practical understanding of every step in the process assure that all our veneers meet or exceed the highest quality standards. This results in an enormous richness of patterns that are unique, beautiful to look at, and capable of meeting the purposes for which designers, interior decorators, and product manufacturers intended.
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Our factory consists of four operational areas. They include veneer manufacturing, wood finish processing, a sawmill, and a warehouse where processed wood products are put into storage.
PACIFICWOOD invites you to take a look at different types of hardwood commonly used for wood veneer making. The list includes Oak, Maple, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Teak, and some of the world’s most exotic timber.
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Veneer is a thin decorative layer of high quality wood. It can be a slice of timber cut from a part of the trunk or large branch of a tree. Sometimes barks are included in a bid to add positive aesthetic value to the product.
Besides adding splendor to your living spaces, natural veneer offers many benefits. It’s a cost-effective way of using wood timber and contributes significantly to efforts at halting widespread deforestation. That is to say, wood veneer is environmentally friendly, very stable, and less costly than its solid wood counterpart.
Wood veneer is made by slicing a log into thin layers of even thickness measuring no more than 3mm. The slicing process is key to bringing out the beautiful color and texture of hardwood. After that, veneer sheets are sorted by quality and sent to the next step in the process.