MARINE PLYWOOD

Joubert Okoume

Wolstenholme International was one of the first companies to offer a FSC certified Okoume marine plywood in the North American market. The Okoume specie is used extensively in wooden boat building for its ideal strength and durability-to-weight ratio, and is grown only in the equatorial west coast of Africa.

The Joubert Group is proud to follow in a family tradition of quality, a trait that has unquestionably contributed to their reputation in Europe and in the North American market. In addition, Joubert has consistently maintained respect for the environment and continues to ensure this is a company priority. For this reason, environmental preservation practices are written into the heart of The Joubert Group™’s economic policies and they maintain both, FSC certification, and European-based PEFC certification as evidence of this commitment.

In close collaboration with their harvesting partners, the priority of eco-certification is exhibited in each stage of production in their Okoume marine plywood. Joubert has, and always will have, total commitment to the preservation of the environment.

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Hydrotek

The term “Marine plywood” is synonymous with quality. While marine plywood is typically used in boat construction, architects will often specify marine grade plywood for exterior or high moisture applications, when only the highest quality panels will perform.

As part of our full line of marine plywood options, Wolstenholme International has designed a marine plywood panel that is manufactured in accordance with the British Standard 1088. Our Hydrotek marine Meranti makes use of the technical properties that can only be found in tropical hardwoods from South East Asia. Select Keruing faces are used for both aesthetic beauty and high impact strength, while the core is comprised of uniform color light red Meranti to maintain the strength and durability to weight ratio. Hydrotek marine Meranti is manufactured with more ply’s than traditional marine plywood produced in North America to ensure both stability and strength. Virtually free of any core voids, high quality core veneers, and Phenolic resin reduces the chance for the panel to delaminate.

Available in all thickness from each of our warehouse locations, and through our network of distributors, we can fulfill your marine plywood requirements no matter how large or small.

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Aquatek

Aquatek marine Meranti plywood is specifically designed to compete in the North American marine plywood market by offering a competitive price point with domestic Fir marine grade plywood, while still offering similar characteristics to those of our Hydrotek marine Meranti.

Manufactured to the British Standard 6566 (BS6566), by the same factory in South East Asia that produces our Hydrotek marine Meranti plywood. Aquatek marine plywood is manufactured with Keruing faces to ensure both strength and durability, while the core is comprised of uniform color light red Meranti to maintain the strength and durability to weight ratio. The use of slightly thicker core veneers allow us to offer this panel as an inexpensive alternative to both European and North American marine plywood products, while still being produced to the British Marine plywood standard.

Available in all thickness from each of our warehouse locations, and through our network of distributors, we can fulfill your marine plywood requirements no

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FSC Marine Plywood

Wolstenholme International was one of the first companies to offer a FSC certified Okoume marine plywood in the North American market. The Okoume specie is used extensively in wooden boat building for its ideal strength and durability-to-weight ratio, and is grown only in the equatorial west coast of Africa.

The Joubert Group is proud to follow in a family tradition of quality, a trait that has unquestionably contributed to their reputation in Europe and in the North American market. In addition, Joubert has consistently maintained respect for the environment and continues to ensure this is a company priority. For this reason, environmental preservation practices are written into the heart of The Joubert Group™’s economic policies and they maintain both, FSC certification, and European-based PEFC certification as evidence of this commitment.

In close collaboration with their harvesting partners, the priority of eco-certification is exhibited in each stage of production in their Okoume marine plywood. Joubert has, and always will have, total commitment to the preservation of the environment.

Learn More About Wolstenholme’s Marine Plywood Products