Uniboard appointed Atlantic Plywood as its a full line distributor of TFL, particleboard and MDF panels for the Northeast of the US

Uniboard, a North American producer of decorative composite wood panels, announced the appointment of Atlantic Plywood Corporation as a full line distributor of its TFL, particleboard and MDF panels for the Northeast US region. According to the announcement, Reyenga allows Uniboard to extend its coverage in the West South Central region of the US.

Atlantic Plywood operates nine distribution facilities located in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. The company offers a complete line of engineered panel products and accessories such as TFL, HPL, particleboard, MDF, hardwood plywood, adhesives, hardware, and edge tape.

Don Raymond, Uniboard’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing. commented:

“We have invested heavily in our thermally fused laminate (TFL) products portfolio and in our manufacturing facilities over the last three years and we believe we have the best TFL panel package in the North American market today in both finishes and print designs. We are proud that Atlantic Plywood, as a top distributor in our industry, has chosen Uniboard, confirming Uniboard’s forefront TFL design position. This renewed partnership will further strengthen Uniboard’s and Atlantic’s presence in this market and take the lead in TFL sales.”

Earlier Uniboard appointed Reyenga Enterprises as its sales agency in the West South Central region of the US.

About Uniboard:

The company belongs to Kaycan Group of Companies, a leading manufacturer of building products in North America with its head office located in Montreal, Quebec. It is a leading North American manufacturer of engineered wood products, with an installed capacity of over 640 million square feet of raw particleboard, high-density and medium-density fiberboard, of which over 50% is converted into value-added thermally fused laminate and laminate flooring products. Uniboard’s mills in Val-d’Or, Sayabec, Mont-Laurier and Laval employ over 800 people.

Source: Woodbizforum