Interpro Using Softwood Lumber in Wooden Packaging and Wooden Pallets in Dubai
Interpro Wood Industries LLC (IWI) is a manufacturing subsidiary of Interpro Group located in Dubai, U.A.E. IWI is a leading domestic and regional manufacturer of custom wooden packaging and furniture components.
IWI’s product line includes wooden packaging, wooden pallets, furniture components, value-added products, and customized packaging solutions to serve the needs of exporting, packaging, handling, and storing of industrial and consumer goods.
Softwood lumber is the major raw material used to produce IWI’s industrial products and a bulk of the lumber is being imported from Western and Eastern Canada. The species of softwood lumber is spruce, pine, and fir which is collectively grouped and commonly marketed as SPF.
SPF is the ideal specie group to use in the production of wooden pallets and wooden packaging. Due to its exceptional working properties and clean and smooth appearance, the applications of SPF are exceptionally diverse.
Over the years, IWI’s customer base has reacted positively to the usage of SPF in their products. Enhanced structural quality and appealing appearance of the products have incited the market to demand Canadian SPF lumber.
Fortunately, IWI enjoys having a strong access to Canadian softwood lumber supply. Along with having flexible manufacturing practices, this has enabled IWI to strategically retain its distinct competitive edge in the marketplace.
Supplying softwood lumber wooden pallets and wooden packaging to industrial companies in the U.A.E. is not without competition. The major competition to Canadian SPF in the Dubai packaging material industry is Chilean and Brazilian pine lumber.
The quality of Canadian SPF lumber is superior to Chilean and Brazilian pine. Pine from South America is susceptible to mold, cupping, and twisting. These potential defects are amplified in the high temperature regions especially if the lumber is not rapidly consumed or utilized.
Competition in the packaging material industry will continue to rise especially when the world economy emerges from the recession. Currency exchange, raw material and transportation prices, and basic production costs are the critical competitor factors.
Interpro Forest Products - About Author:
Interpro is integrated along the forest products supply chain. The company primarily procures softwood, as well as hardwood and panel products from manufacturers across the world and supplies a diverse and global customer base. Interpro also operates a manufacturing subsidiary in Dubai, U.A.E. which manufactures wooden packaging and services local and regional industrial sectors. To learn more about Interpro’s products and operations, please visit www.interprogroup.ca.
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