Comparative tests undertaken by Forest Research (FR) in conjunction with universities in North America and England,
one of the most attractive and versatile industrial wood species available in global markets. It performs consistently well across a wider range of commercial applications than almost any other species.
Since its inception in 2006 Sequal Lumber has been working towards becoming a world class wood processing business.
Sequal Lumber’s packaging and industrial clients across Asia and the Middle East
Sequal Lumber has its sights set on becoming the most efficient timber producer in New Zealand. CEO David Turner says a multi-million dollar upgrade to Sequal Lumber’s sawmill site in Kawerau is now underway to help achieve that goal. “We started this journey in December 2012.
KAWERAU business Sequal Lumber is planning to expand its Manukorihi Drive sawmill and to triple the value of sawn lumber produced at the site. Sequal executive director David Turner said it was hoped the expansion would be under way in a year.
Reputation is everything and Sequal Lumber has certainly made giant strides in the past 12 months.
Under the guidance of new CEO David Turner