the timber network

Compagnia del Legno SPA

Address
Viale della Vittoria , 245, 31029 Vittorio Veneto (TV)
Veneto,
Italy
  • Employees
    6-10
  • VAT
    02498840269
  • Creation date
    1986
  • Member since
    16/09/2009

Compagnia del Legno spa is a timber import agency aiming at operating in the market as the ideal broker between international suppliers and Italian customers, who are mainly importers and big end-users. Its strength lies in a careful and deep knowledge of the timber market. This is imperative in the timber industry, where the demand of skilled players offering a high quality service is required. Indeed, the aim of the agency is to focus on the import of certain species and products from reliable and qualified suppliers, in order to best satisfy the demand for the Italian market.

Industry Specific Information

Other activities
  • Softwood sawmills ,
  • Solid wood panels - edge-glued panels - FJL - finger-joined laminated panels ,
  • Finger-joined | glued components ,
  • Flooring - parquet ,
  • Decking ,
  • Garden furniture ,
  • Garden products (excl. Furniture) ,
  • Manufacturers of glued-laminated construction timber - glulam ,
  • Importers - distributors - merchants - stockists ,
  • Traders ,
  • Exporters ,
  • Federations - Industry associations ,
  • Trade show - Conference organizer

Sales

Products

  • Sawn and Structural Timber
    • Glulam Beams and Panels
      • Duo Beams
      • Glulam Beams
      • Trio Beams
  • Wood Components, Mouldings, Doors & Windows, Houses
    • Solid Wood Components
      • Glued Door Scantlings
      • Glued Window Scantlings
      • Glued Elements
      • Finger-Joined Elements
    • Mouldings, Profiled Timber
      • Profiled Scantlings
  • Flooring and Exterior Decking
    • Exterior Decking
      • Anti-Slip Decking (1 Side)
      • Decking (E2E)
      • Decking (E4E)
    • Engineered Wood Flooring
      • Three Strip Wide
    • Parquet
      • Glued Board
      • S4S
      • On Edge
      • Tongue & Groove

Species

  • Asian tropical wood
    • Meranti, dark red (Nemesu, Seraya red)
  • African tropical wood
    • Doussie (Afzelia, Lingue, Apa, Chanfuta)
    • Iroko (Mvuli, Kambala, Semli, Rokko)
  • European hardwood
    • Oak (European)
  • European softwood (excluding Scandinavian - Baltic - Russian)
    • Fir (Abies alba, pectinata)
    • Spruce (Picea abies) - Whitewood
    • Larch (Larix spp.)
    • Noble fir
    • Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Redwood
  • North American hardwood
    • Basswood (American Linden)
    • Maple (American Hard Maple, Sugar Maple)
    • Maple (American Soft Maple)
    • Sassafras
    • Hickory
    • White Ash (North America)
    • Birch (North America)
    • Beech (North America)
    • Oak (American White)
    • Gum (Sap gum, Red gum)
    • Willow (North America)
    • Chestnut (North America)
    • Elm (American Red)
    • Oak (American Red - Origin: America)
    • Alder (American Western Red Alder)
    • Walnut (American Black)
    • Pecan
    • Butternut
    • Sycamore (North America)
    • Aspen (popple) (North America)
    • Poplar - Tulipwood (American Yellow Poplar)
    • Cottonwood
    • Hackberry
    • Cherry (American Black)
    • Ash (American)
  • North American softwood
    • SPF (North America)
    • White Fir (Abies concolor)
    • White Fir (North America)
    • Eastern White Pine (North America)
    • Eastern Red Cedar
    • Hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla)
    • Pine (North America)
    • Spruce (North America)
    • Western White Pine (North America)
    • Western Red Cedar (WRC)
    • California Red Fir (Abies magnifica)
    • Cedar (North America)
    • Cypress (North America)
    • Red Pine (North America)
    • Larch (Larix occidentalis)(North America)
    • Juniper (Western Juniper)
    • Fir (North America)
    • Pacific Silver Fir (Abies amabilis)
    • Sugar Pine
    • Northern White Cedar
    • Redwood, Sequoia (Sequoia sempervirens)
    • Monterey Pine/Radiata Pine
    • Loblolly Pine
    • Douglas Fir, Oregon Pine (North America)
    • Pitch Pine (Pinus caribea)
    • Ponderosa Pine
    • Southern Yellow Pine
    • Yew (North America)
  • Scandinavian softwood (including Baltic and Russian)
    • Spruce (Picea abies) - Whitewood
    • Larch (Larix spp.)
    • Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Redwood
  • Latin American tropical wood
    • Garapa (Grapia)
    • Ipe (Lapacho)