Chinese exporter of plywood

Product Name: plywood (1). Face/back : Birch, Pine, Okoume, Bingtangor, Meranti, luan , Hardwood, Red Hardwood, Poplar, Red Canarium, and so on. (2). Core: poplar, hardwood, birch (3). Glue: MR,WBP(melamine),WBP(phenolic), E1 glue (4). Size: 1220X2440mm, 1250X2500mm (5).Thickness: 2.4mm-30mm
http://www.plywood.cc/
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On 11/1/2010 9:34 PM, Export Plywood wrote:

the veneer ply taking a finish evenly because of glue bleeding through the super thin veneer. Walt
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I think what you mean is that "the face/back veneers are thin" . Maybe you have met this problem . But the face/back veneers of our plywood are thick (the thickness can be guaranteed according to customers' requirement) .
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You say that now. --- Will you be able to say that later?
I just read "Poorly Made in China" by Paul Midler (ISBN978-0-470-40588-1) and he says among other things that the Chinese manufacturers make a good product at the outset to get your business and then degrade the quality of the product once they have you hooked.
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Pffft. A minor problem. Allergic reactions to the toxic glues they use is a much bigger concern.
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On 11/1/2010 9:34 PM, Export Plywood wrote:

Ah, so you're the purveyor of the crap that my local hardwood supply place can't say enough bad things about? They've had countless customer complaints about warping and de-lamination of Chinese plywood (I've experienced it myself), but this junk is flooding the market and it's getting harder and harder for them to find a good quality product. So if you're something other than just a bottom feeding spammer, why don't you stick around and explain to us how your product isn't the poor-quality firewood of which I speak?
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I'm sorry to hear that your had a bad experience in Chinese plywood . Now I explain the market situation which may be useful: 1. If you buy Chinese plywood, choose certified Chinese plywood, or buy plywood from certified suppliers (ISO,CARB,CE...); 2. Note that: The Chinese plywood market is a competitive market ! Nobody can buy very high quality plywood at very low price . If the prices are very low , the quality certainly will be poor. 3. Chinese big factories produce high quality plywood, while the prices are higher. 4. Before your buying plywood, confirm with sellers whether the quality can meet your requirement . For example, don't use non-structural plywood for structural purpose; don't use interior plywood for exterior applications...
If you found the plywood is poor-quality, suggest your supplier import higher quality plywood from big suppliers.
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Please provide a link to a list of markings that appear on "certified Chinese plywood" and their significance, with photographs showing their actual appearance, and a description of the agency that enforces those certifications.

If the Chinese cannot undercut US manufacturers with equal quality then perhaps they should not be selling in the US. And why are you allowing the export of Chinese plywood that is not "certified" to begin with?

Is plywood made by "Chinese big factories" marked in any manner to indicate that it is made by "Chinese big factories"? If so please provide a list of the markings with photographs showing their actual appearance. And why are you letting crap plywood be exported if you can make a quality product?

How about you mark it in accordance with APA standards and make sure it actually _meets_ those standards?

So the local lumber yard is supposed to start importing plywood directly now?
How about you people establish some standards for your industry and enforce those standards? Worked for Japan.
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