We aim to offer the highest grade of timber to meet the standards of a global market. Our supply chain focuses on procuring raw material from reputed timber establishments in Cameroon; one of Africa’s largest and reputed timber exporters. As a socially responsible corporate, we remain firmly committed to the people, community and the environment in our value stream. We extend our vision for sustainable methods of sourcing whilst uplifting and empowering our associates and communities towards a higher quality of life. Choose from our wide spectrum of logs, lumber and timber of various grades to meet a diverse range of needs.


IROKO (Milicia excelsa)

Iroko is a dense and durable hardwood originating from West Africa, known for its striking golden to medium brown colour that deepens over time, creating an attractive patina. This wood’s remarkable resistance to decay and insects makes it a preferred choice for various applications, from high-quality furniture, cabinetry, and boat building to flooring and outdoor uses like decking, cladding, and joinery. Its strength, appealing grain, and ability to withstand diverse environmental conditions make Iroko a versatile and reliable option for both indoor and outdoor projects.

SAPELE (Entandrophragma cylindricum)

Sapele is a sought-after hardwood found in tropical Africa, known for its reddish-brown to dark brown colour with a distinct, often ribbon-like grain pattern. It closely resembles mahogany and is used in a similar range of applications. Sapele is commonly used for high-quality furniture, cabinetry, veneer, and musical instruments. Its stability and beautiful appearance make it an excellent choice for decorative interior and exterior joinery, as well as boat building and panelling.

DABEMA (Piptadeniastrum africanum)

Dabema is a hardwood originating from West Africa, valued for its attractive golden to reddish-brown colour and striking grain patterns. It’s highly durable and resistant to insect attack, making it suitable for a variety of applications. Dabema is often used in high-quality furniture, cabinetry, and flooring. Its resistance to decay makes it a preferred choice for outdoor applications such as decking, cladding, and joinery. Its unique appearance and durability make it a popular option for both interior and exterior projects.

MOABI (Baillonella toxisperma)

Moabi, originating from the rainforests of Central and West Africa, stands out with durability and visual allure. With shades ranging from pink to deep brown accompanied by interlocking grain, this hardwood is a top choice for furniture, flooring, and cabinetry. Its inherent resistance to decay and termites enhances its suitability for both indoor and outdoor projects like decking and cladding. Boasting distinct hues and impressive strength, Moabi emerges as a prime option across a variety of woodworking applications.

SIPO (Entandrophragma utile)

Sipo, originating from West and Central Africa, exhibits a stunning range of colours, from light pink-brown to reddish-brown, often with darker streaks, lending a captivating appearance to your projects. This hardwood’s strength, coupled with its consistent grain, makes it a favoured option for furniture, cabinetry, and flooring, showcasing both durability and aesthetic appeal. Sipo’s resistance to rot and insects extend its utility to outdoor uses like decking and cladding, making it a reliable choice that combines elegance with functionality.


Doussie is a durable and attractive hardwood originating from West Africa, prized for its beautiful reddish-brown to tan colour and interlocking grain. It’s often used for high-quality furniture, flooring, and cabinetry due to its strength and striking appearance. Doussie’s natural resistance to termites and decay makes it an excellent choice for both interior and exterior projects, such as decking, cladding, and joinery. Its unique colour and durability make it a popular option for various woodworking applications.

PADAUK (Pterocarpus soyauxii)

Padauk is a stunning tropical hardwood originating from Central and West Africa. Its vibrant reddish-orange colour makes it a favourite among woodworkers and artisans for decorative purposes. Padauk is renowned for its stability, strength, and excellent workability. It’s often used for high-end furniture, musical instruments, carving, and turned objects. Due to its appealing hue, it’s frequently chosen for accents and inlays in woodworking projects.

OKAN (Cylicodiscus gabunensis)

Okan is a dense and durable hardwood from Central and West Africa, recognized for its resistance to decay, abrasion, and termites. Its heartwood ranges from light to dark reddish-brown, often with attractive streaks. Okan’s strength and durability make it suitable for heavy construction, such as bridges, railway sleepers, and industrial flooring. It’s also used in high-traffic areas like harbours and industrial areas, as well as for outdoor decking, boat building, and furniture.

AZOBE (Lophira alata)

Azobe is an incredibly durable and hard tropical hardwood originating from West Africa. Its heartwood ranges from reddish-brown to chocolate brown and darkens with age. Azobe is a popular choice for heavy construction, including marine piling, bridge building, and industrial flooring due to its exceptional strength, stability, and resistance to marine borers. It’s also used for outdoor applications like railway sleepers, decking, and cladding.

BILINGA (Nauclea diderrichii)

Bilinga is a versatile hardwood native to Central and West Africa, with a heartwood that varies from pale pink to reddish-brown. It’s known for its strength, stability, and good resistance to both fungal decay and insect attack. Bilinga is commonly used in heavy construction, including bridges, railway sleepers, and building framework. Its durability also makes it suitable for marine applications, such as boat building, as well as outdoor decking and cladding. Additionally, it’s utilized in high-quality joinery, flooring, and cabinetry.


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