Get low price market report for Plywood in India, size, growth, list manufacturing Companies, buyers contact details, projects at ZJELL. The Indian plywood market reached a value of INR 225 Billion in 2021. The market to grow at a CAGR of 6% during 2021-2026. These insights are included in the report as a major market contributor.
Plywood are the world's 235th most traded product.In 2019, the top exporters of Plywood were China ($4.07B), Indonesia ($1.73B), Russia ($1.38B), Malaysia ($895M), and Vietnam ($726M).In 2019, the top importers of Plywood were United States ($2.47B), Japan ($1.38B), Germany ($982M), South Korea ($714M), and United Kingdom ($682M).Top Origin Growth (2018 - 2019): Cambodia, $112MTop Destination Growth (2018 - 2019): Saudi Arabia, $44MBetween 2018 and 2019, the exports of Plywood grew the fastest in Cambodia ($112M), Vietnam ($87.4M), Turkey ($16.5M), Estonia ($16.4M), and Guatemala ($14.8M).Between 2018 and 2019, the fastest growing importers of Plywood were Saudi Arabia ($44M), Nigeria ($21.6M), Indonesia ($12.8M), Libya ($7.28M), and Peru ($7.22M).
Like MDF, plywood is also engineered wood, made by binding veneer wood sheets together into one solid piece. Plywood sheets come in different grades, so you can choose the right one that suits your needs. Unlike MDF, plywood has visible wood grains, but is free of other imperfections. Low-grade plywood can be used in flooring at homes, while the higher-grade version is perfect for cabinets and shelves.
Advantages of Plywood
Plywood has a lot of advantages that you could consider while getting it installed at your home.
- Made up of multiple layers of veneer, plywood is a tough material to use at home
- It does not soak water and liquids like MDF. Thus, it is less susceptible to damage
- Because of the grains that plywood has, it is easier to stain and thus makes for a great material for cabinets and tabletops
- Since it is made up of layers, plywood holds screws tightly, as each layer ensures better holding for the screw
- This material comes in various designs and thicknesses
Disadvantages of Plywood
Before you jump to conclusions, let us tell you some of the disadvantages of plywood that you should consider before buying it:
- Plywood is more expensive that MDF; and the higher the grade, higher the price
- Since plywood shows layers on the surface, it has to be finished well with timber or decorative mouldings
- It is difficult to create designs using plywood since it is difficult to get perfectly smooth cuts on it
- Plywood splinters easily and the edges that have layers may have voids when not cut properly
Still a little baffled with facts? Here is a comparison chart between MDF vs Plywood.
- 4’ x 8’ Plywood
- 4’ x 6’ Plywood
- 4’ x 10’ Plywood
- 3’ x 6’ Plywood
- < 8mm Plywood
- 8mm – 18mm Plywood
- > 18mm Plywood
- MR Grade Plywood
- BWR Grade Plywood
- Fire Resistant Grade Plywood
- BWP Grade Plywood
- Structural Grade Plywood
Number of Ply:
- 3 Ply
- 5 Ply
- 7 ply and More
- Plywood for Furniture
- Plywood for Flooring & Construction
- Plywood for Automotive Interiors
- Plywood for Packaging
- Plywood for Marine Use
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