Due to its durability film faced plywood is widely used in construction and building and vehicle industry for making transport equipment containers, loading platforms, truck and trailer floors and wagons.
Film faced plywood can also be used to build sliding doors, advertising boards, play ground equipments, floors for sports arenas, smooth concrete casts, scaffolding, hoardings and fencings, packing and in internal & external design and panelling.
1.Q:Are you Factory or Trading company ?
A: We are factory.
2.Q:Can you make our design or put our logo on the product ?
A: Yes ,of course.
3.Q:About MOQ(Minimum order quantity )?
A: That's depend on which board(depends on thickness).
4.Q:About Delivery time?
A:The goods need 15 days generally ,depend on the quantity ,and will be production after receive deposit.
5.Q:Do you have discount for bulk order?
A:Yes,of course,the more you buy,the bigger discount you can get.
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