Canadian softwoods are available in a variety of species and grades, suited to a very large number of uses.
The Monterey Pine / Radiata Pine (always called Pinus radiata in New Zealand) was first introduced into New Zealand in 1859 and today 89% of the country's plantation forests are of this species. Gill Timbers is importing radiata pine logs from New Zealand. Read more... or Check Business Offers
New Zealand pine has unique properties among softwood species, in that total treatment of sapwood is always achievable. It is very amenable to manipulation of preservative treatment processes, which are environmentally acceptable and give a reliable standard of treatment. Read more... or Check Business Offers