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Plywood Board Price | 5 Determinants Of Plywood Board Price | Austin Plywood
30 Aug
2021

5 Important Determinants Of Plywood Board Price

A competitive plywood board price makes a world of difference to the purchasing decision of a customer. As a result, plywood manufacturers must calculate the correct cost, prepare an appropriate marketing campaign, and determine the right price.

 

To fully comprehend plywood board prices, it is imperative to consider both short- and long-term risks and opportunities concerning the following factors.

 

Here is a quick run-down of factors for plywood board price

 

The wood type used for the core

 

The principal reason for plywood board prices to vary is the type of wood used to make the core. A higher grade of wood used in plywood will result in higher prices.

 

Popular wood species used for plywood manufacturing include Poplar, Eucalyptus, and Gurjan wood.

 

Poplar is abundant in the northern part of India, and most Indian plywood manufacturers reside in Yamunanagar, Haryana. Hence, plywood made from this type of wood core is relatively affordable than those made from other materials.

 

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Alternatively, Eucalyptus wood is more rigid and costs more than poplar wood. The resulting increase in manufacturing costs directly affects the price of plywood.

 

Gurjan wood is best in quality hardwood and costlier than all other wood which used in plywood manufacturing. Southeast Asian countries import Gurjan Wood to India, which drives up the procurement cost of wood. Plywood produced from this wood type is premium quality and the most expensive in the Indian plywood market.

 

Face veneer type

 

When plywood is constructed with better quality face veneer, it appears and performs like wood veneer but is much stronger and more expensive.

 

The majority of face veneer for plywood in India is imported from abroad. Gurjan, Okoume, Keruing, etc. are among the most famous face veneers.

 

Face veneers come in grades like AA, A, B, C, D, and E. Superior grade face veneers are thicker and cost more money than inferior veneers.

 

For instance, an MR plywood’s board price with a face veneer of AA gurjan is significantly higher than an MR plywood with a C-grade Okoume veneer.

 

The number of plywood layers

 

Given that the total thickness of plywood is fixed, how many layers of plywood is best? According to us, the more plywood layers, the better the wood’s anisotropy. Adding more layers, however, requires using more glue. Thus, plywood boards with multiple layers will require more technology and materials, which will be more expensive.

 

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Type of adhesive used.

 

Plywood adhesives differ in quality based on their price.

 

The cores of Waterproof/Marine plywood are glued together using expensive undiluted phenolic resin instead of urea-formaldehyde.

 

Labor Costs

 

Almost every plywood manufacturer has a team with unique competencies, materials proficiency, etc.

 

Moreover, since literacy levels increase every day, only a tiny proportion of Indians are employed in unskilled jobs. Thus, manufacturing plywood boards has become more expensive because labor wages have risen sharply.

 

Conclusion

 

The plywood supply chain and the marketplace is quite complicated because of the above-stated ever-fluctuating variables.

 

We hope the depth and breadth of this blog have provided unparalleled insight into what influences plywood board prices.