Meranti wood is widely used for building materials such as beams and interiors. In addition, meranti wood is also used to make plywood or veneer.
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Meranti Wood for Door and Building Materials
We serve requests for Sumatran meranti wood with types of red meranti and yellow meranti or yellow balau.
Red meranti is harder than yellow meranti, commonly used for building materials, wood floors, door and interior & exterior manufacture.
While the yellow meranti wood is softer, it is usually used to make veneer or plywood and plywood.
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