Guangdong Yihua Timber Industry Co., Ltd.

Lianxia Huaidong Industrial Zone Chenghai District, 515834 Shantou,
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Guangdong Yihua Timber Industry Co., Ltd., one of the largest and leading manufacturers in China wood industry, specializes in the production and sales of wood furniture and wood flooring. In August 2004, Yihua Timber went public in Shanghai Stock Exchange. Now its total assets reach USD8.8 billion and its annual output reaches USD 650 million. Yihua owns a large marketing network and a thorough after-sale services network at home and abroad. Its products sell productively in many countries and regions such as the United States, Europe, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Yihua Timber currently holds certifications of FSC, CE and that of ISO management system including ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO10012, ISO14024. Yihua Timber operates eight factories in which production lines of state-of-the-art were imported from Europe that enables highly automated workflow. The total area covered by all of its factories reaches 1,110 hectares. Yihua Timber possesses more than 20,000 hectares forest land in China. In addition, the company has set up other timber resources supply bases in many countries such as Suriname, Myanmar, Laos, Indonesia, Brazil and countries in Africa. Theses bases ensure the constant supply of wood resources for the company’s sustainable development. Yihua’s craftsmen’s dedication to quality and innovation helps Yihua become the recognized brand of homebuilders and people in pursuit of high living quality.

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  • Kids furniture, baby furniture manufacturers ,
  • Chairs manufacturers ,
  • Bed - bed bases manufacturers ,
  • Interior furniture producer ,
  • Decorative articles producer ,
  • Office furniture manufacturers ,
  • Contract furniture producer ,
  • Wood exporter ,
  • Certification (ISO, FSC, PEFC, …) ,
  • Marketing, market analysis, studies ,
  • Furniture design

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