Thailand Wood Furniture

By | October 14, 2014

1 THE HISTORY OF TEAK Teak Wood Latin name "Tectona Grandis Linn". Teakwood or Golden Teak is the king of hardwoods and it's one of the world's most valuable timbers, recognized for its durability and

Of Thailand’s wood furniture production is exported. Thai manufacturers, however, have had to rely on imports of tropical and temperate hardwood to meet demand because of high prices for domestic para-

• Wood harvested from forests in which high conservationvalues are threatened by management duces floortiles and garden furniture for the global export markets. Sustain- Thailand Vietnam

The White Paper on Small and Medium Enterpricses of Thailand in 2004 and Trends 2005 6-81 (3) Problems facing wood products and furniture industry

Wood furniture accounted for 44 per cent of all trade in furniture, furniture parts and mattresses Mitsuhashi, Keiju, 2005, The furniture value chain from Thailand to Japan: upgrading and the roles of buyers. Institute of Development Studies. Brighton, University of Sussex.

2 CHINESE DEMAND DRIVING THAILAND’S ILLEGAL ROSEWOOD TRADE In 2010, the number of companies trading traditional ‘redwood’ or ‘Hongmu’ furniture in China rose by

Thailand's furniture manufacturing industry is well known for its superior production quality, innovative The Company is a leading wood furniture manufacturing company, engrossed in design development, production, and trade furniture

Malaysian Furniture Market Furniture of both wood and rattan are the stars of the timber sector. Under the concerted efforts of the various development agencies, Taiwan, Thailand, the United States, Indonesia, China, and Italy.

wood furniture and components and ship finished wood products back to the United Thailand Thailand's furniture industry has developed using domestic sources of popular furniture species such as teak and rosewood (Yates, 1986).

The Innovative Development of Bamboo Furniture in Thailand V. LAEMLAKSAKUL1, S. KAEWKUEKOOL2 to indicate the suitability of material for wood furniture. Key-Words: – Pai Tong (Dendrocalamus asper Backer), laminated, mechanical properties, armchair

THAILAND Introduction We, at BNS Wood Industry, are the leading manufacturer of Solid Hardwood Flooring, Worktops, Furniture Parts & Accessories Sawn Timber In addition to all finished products, we also specialise in Semi-finished solid wood

Refinishing Teak Because teak is such a durable material, it’s not hard to find old pieces of teak furniture. While teak

Fragrant wood is used for houses, pillars and furniture as well as fruit, Basic knowledge of Thai traditional medicine. Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. none. Created Date: 6/2/2010 1:26:24 PM

chiang mai This former Tobacco upper foot. and authentic teak wood antique bets on the lower floors. Colonial style teak furniture enriches the romantic ambience. and the upper floors' guest rooms are linked by shady green corridors and trellises.

Chiang Mai University P.O. Box 229, 50202 Chiang Mai, Thailand Tel: +66-53-944090 Email: forcmu@chiangmai.ac.th Rungnapar Pattanavibool (Ms.) Handicraft and Wood Industry Association of HCM (HAWA) Floor 2, Thai Son Building, 179 Nguyen Cu Trinh

Wood furniture industry and wood products of Thailand express good image in forestry consumption and green industry such as using the ISO 14000 standard. 6. Thailand wood consumption is 0.2 cu.m./year/person or 12.34 million cu.m./year. Chiang Mai Provincial Forest Office. 1997.

Wood furniture accounted for 44 per cent of all trade in furniture, furniture parts and mattresses Mitsuhashi, Keiju, 2005, The furniture value chain from Thailand to Japan: upgrading and the roles of buyers. Institute of Development Studies. Brighton, University of Sussex.

Thailand's import demand for solid wood will continue to increase in 2005 and 2006 in anticipation of strong demand from new construction (interior applications) and growing wooden furniture exports. U.S. hardwoods are forecast to continue their upward trend due to

Contents Acknowledgement iii Abstract vii The global furniture sector: an overview 1 The wood furniture value chain 5 Gaining access to final markets through global buyers 7