PINE – Packaging Boards $165.00 / m3
Price: $165.00 m3
Grades: 1-2; 1-3; 1-4
Minimum order: 39.6 cu.meters. / 40ft container
Types of Wood Avail: Pine, Spruce/FIR, Birch, Alder, Aspen
Humidity: 14-19 %, 20 % and more
Processing: antiseptic (Sinesto B)
Sea Port: Klaipeda Lithuania
Product origin: Lithuania
Delivery terms: EXW, FCA, DAP, FOB, CIF
Agreements: Long term, short term contracts
Sizes: bulk quantities ranging in size from 0.59 – 3.15 inches (5mm – 80mm), width 1.96 – 5.90 inches (50mm -150mm), length 1ft to 13ft (300 – 4,000mm).
Packaging timber – double-cut pallet boards and scantlings produced from the timber of conifer and deciduous trees. We produce blanks of various dimensions for pallets and other pallet timber intended for sale. We are capable of producing blanks of various dimensions and quality according to the specification provided by the client.
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“Baltgrupė”, UAB (BWP) is an enterprise of Lithuanian capital, located in Vilnius. The main activity of the company is wholesale of sawn, planed, glued timber and its products. All of our products are certified in accordance with the FSC® standard. We are a modern and dynamic team of professionals with a clear plan for long-term development and sustainable growth on our groups of operation. Since the Baltic countries and Western Europe are our main market, here we are constantly expanding our base of clients and partners. The main clients of our company are construction, sales, furniture and other wood product companies.
Our company employs qualified professionals, who ensure the quality of the goods and a smooth supply on a daily basis. The goal of our team is to offer the best value for money on the market. We prioritise long-term cooperation, therefore, we are able to adapt to the needs of our partners, and if any difficulties should arise, we solve them quickly and effectively. We are convinced that a special focus on customer communication helps build mutual trust, without which, we cannot imagine a stable working relationship.