Malaysian Timber Balau
With more than 55 per cent of its land area under natural forest, Malaysia is home to over 2,650 tree species, many of which are of commercial
importance. Malaysias location in the tropics means that its trees have 365 growing days in a year. This allows the trees ample time to grow and develop without seasonal interruptions.
Apart from its intrinsic beauty, wood is highly versatile, has good insulation properties and is strong yet easy to use. Malaysia has a myriad selection of timbers from which to choose, and they have been utilised in various structural and interior applications, most notably for luxury resorts and private dream homes. The multitude of colours and grains available represents an artists palette, enabling an endless expression of creativity for architects and interior designers.
||Malaysian Timber Council
||Solid Wood & Panel Processing
||Decking, Door & Window Frames, Bridges, Wharves, Piling, Beams, Boat Framing, Heavy Duty, Flooring, Heavy Duty, Furniture
|Place of Origin
||Corrugated sheet with Bubble Wrapping.
||Delivery charges on actual.