The timber market in Colombia has been dominated by woods from native forests that are illegally and unsustainably exploited, destroying our natural resources.
The forestry industry has been growing exponentially in recent years, thanks to the fact that the great potential that Colombia has in forestry and the economic, social and environmental benefits that this activity has for the country has already been identified. The development of this sector has become a state policy and it is intended that this contributes largely to agricultural production and employment generation.
Our company uses only reforested wood, helps to reduce pressure on natural forests and the establishment of new commercial plantations, generating CO2 capture, soil protection, erosion reduction, creation of shelters and corridors for wildlife.
It is a fast-growing forest species and one of the few in our country that offers extensive possibilities for the development of industrial reforestation, due among other aspects to its ease of use, the versatility of uses of the wood and its physical and mechanical properties.
The wood presents a pale yellowish color, sometimes with white, yellow, cream and pink tones. There is little differentiation between sapwood and heartwood, which makes the color uniform. Odorless wood, medium brightness and fine and uniform texture.
7 to 9 years.
Easy to work and turn. It is harvested without difficulty, acquires good luster and polishes well.
Air drying and conventional artificial drying (drying oven).
Sawmill, pallets, furniture, handicrafts, drawers, pulp for paper, plywood, packaging, posts, carpentry, boards and agglomerates.
10 to 15 years
Easy to work and has no difficulties with the sawing process. Resistant and elastic, it does not twist or crack, and acquires good polish with fine and uniform texture.
Easy drying wood. In artificial drying requires careful and gentle drying.
floors, carpentry, railway cars, boats, door and window frames, turnery, furniture, panels, tanks, tubs, bathtubs, kitchens and exterior and interior construction.
Teak is one of the most important species for forest plantations in tropical areas of the world, its use has increased due to its easy establishment, good initial growth and wood quality.
Freshly cut, the heartwood is golden-brown in color, when it is dry it usually shows dark bands that sometimes fade away with the passage of time. The sapwood is yellowish and abruptly separated from the heartwood. Accentuated veining, medium brightness and fine and uniform texture.