Products and Services

Cutting | Steaming | Drying




20\22\26\30\32\38\45\50\55\60\65\70\75\80\mm + 1 mm up

Length: 2 m +

Width : 10 cm +


AAB: No red hearts, little knots, no central pieces.

BK: Red hearts allow, little knots, no central pieces.

BC: Big knots or too much knots(minus length on knots) ,70% no central pieces at least.

ASH TIMBER - Unedged/ Edged



Length: 2 m +

Width : 10 cm +


ABC: Totally white board 80%,

AB: No central pieces


Diameter : 30 cm +

Length: 3m 




Diameter: 30 cm +

Length: 3m +





Wood cutting from timber to planks involves a series of steps to transform raw logs into usable and versatile wooden boards. The process typically begins with the careful selection of suitable timber based on factors like species, size, and quality. The logs are then harvested and transported to sawmills or processing facilities. At the sawmill, the logs are  cut into desired lengths known as cants. These cants are further processed through sawing and planing, resulting in rough boards that are refined to the desired dimensions and smoothness. The finished planks are then sorted, bundled, and prepared for distribution, serving various construction, furniture, and crafting needs.


Wood steaming is a process that involves subjecting wooden materials to steam in order to make them more pliable and easier to work with. The wood is placed in a steam chamber where it is exposed to high temperatures and moisture. Steaming helps to soften the wood fibers, making them more flexible and less prone to splitting or cracking during shaping or bending. This technique is commonly used in woodworking, particularly for tasks such as bending wood for furniture, musical instrument components, or boatbuilding. By utilizing the power of steam, wood steaming allows craftsmen to achieve intricate shapes and curves that would be otherwise difficult or impossible to achieve.


Wood drying is a crucial process that involves reducing the moisture content of freshly cut timber to enhance its stability, durability, and usability. There are two primary methods of drying wood: air drying and kiln drying. Air drying involves stacking and exposing the wood to ambient air, allowing natural evaporation to occur over an extended period. Kiln drying, on the other hand, utilizes controlled environments with heat and airflow to accelerate the drying process. Both methods aim to remove excess moisture from the wood, preventing warping, shrinking, and decay. Properly dried wood is stronger, less prone to splitting, and suitable for a wide range of applications, from construction and furniture making to woodworking crafts.

About us

We have more than 8 years of experience in purchasing logs, using world-class machines for production and processing, and shipping. Our annual output of panels can reach an output value of 10,000 cubic meters…

8 Years Experience

Highly professional