For over four decades our company has been specializing in cosmetics and personal care manufacturing as a pure OEM partner. Coupling the reliability of international machinery along with highly-competitive and skilled Thai manufacturing we have become a leading cosmetics and personal care OEM/ODM for some of the world’s largest brands along with being a trusted source for both small and mid-sized companies looking to provide their customers with the highest quality products on the market.
We are an engineered wood floor factory in Thailand with years of exporting experience delivering the highest quality products utilizing modern equipment and engineering skills. We use over 20 species of wood including Oak, Ash, maple, teak, Curupixa, Jatoba, Sucupira, Tauari, Kelat, Acacia, Merbau,Ivory Beech, Steamed Beech, Ipe, Teak with over 200 design options!
Our engineered hardwood flooring is made of two layers of wood in the form of a plank. The bottom layer is durable plywood. The top layer the precious hardwood layer. Read all about engineered flooring, how it is build up and why? and the differences between these kinds of floors.
The increased stability of engineered wooden floors is achieved by running each layer of the plywood at a ninety degree angle to each other. This stability makes engineered hardwood flooring a universal product that can be installed on top of any floor. Engineered hardwood flooring is the most popular type of wooden flooring due to it’s affordable price compared to solid hardwood flooring, while offering a similar durability.
Due to the wide range of quality in both product categories, it is difficult to compare solid wood flooring to engineered wood flooring. However, we will try to point out some of the fundamental differences.
Some limitations of solid wood flooring
Some benefits of engineered wood flooring