Birch Ply has now for a long time been widely accepted as one of the World’s greatest Plywood’s! The timber itself is a slow-growing species found in the snow-capped forests of the northern hemisphere being widespread across Russia and most of Northern Europe, in particular Finland and countries bordering the Baltic region and thus the timber is close-grained and of consistent high quality. Since the late 19th Century one of the main uses of Birch is for high quality plywood that is widely used for furniture, construction, toys, vehicle building, packaging and today’s high-tech wind turbine blades. The beautiful structure of natural wood gives a special value in interior and exterior decoration. High physic-mechanical parameters, excellent strength, stiffness, wear and impact resistance, along with smooth and durable surfaces characterize Birch plywood. These properties are highly appreciated in building, construction, vehicle industry, carriage building and other industries where special strength of a material is required. The standard nominal veneer for the core of Birch plywood is 1.4mm thick, which produces a highly engineered panel offering superior stability and product integrity.