Export of Timber Logs​

Misarma Enterprise is a multinational forest resource and wood products company with a comprehensive supply chain:

  1. Downstream manufacturing facilities
  2. Global product distribution network

As a fully integrated timber company, Misarma has the edge of being able to systematically track the chain of custody of its timber and woodbased products, from the forest floor to the consumer’s door. Sustainable forest management remains at the heart of the business. As a long term player, Misarma is committed to safeguarding its precious forest resources.

Our products are developed to meet varying customer demands, which currently calls for converting logs into sawn timber and wooden pallet. The Group has timber production facilities for our downstream products are located in Malaysia. We convert the wood residue from our plywood and sawn timber operations into panel products such as wooden pallets. 

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Timber Specification

  • Log
  • Sawn Timber
 

Log

The table below show more information about the specification of our product
Category Descriptions
Popular Species Acacia Mangium, Selangan Batu, Red Meranti, Meranti, Rubberwood and Kapur
Available Size Regular, Small & Super Small
Grade Specification MQ and Up
Location Sarawak, Malaysia


Sawn Timber

The table below show more information about the specification of our product

CategoryDescriptions
Popular SpeciesAcacia Mangium, Selangan Batu, Red Meranti, Meranti, Rubberwood and Kapur
Available SizeTailor to end user requirement
Grade SpecificationMalaysia Grading Rule (MGR) with Rough Sawn/AD & KD
CutsFlat sawn & quarter sawn
LocationSarawak, Malaysia

Timber Species

Acacia mangium

Acacia Mangium

This species is originated from Sarawak Malaysia. It usually occurs in lowland areas below 100m above sea level. This species can grow up to 30m in height. Among its common usage are for furniture manufacturing and cabinet, door framework, moulding wood, light construction and pulp & paper

Shorea spp.

Red Meranti

Typically easy to work, though any interlocked grain can present problems during planing, and Dark Red Meranti is reported to have very poor steam-bending properties. Some species may have a slight blunting effect on tools due to small levels of silica present in the wood. Glues, stains, and finishes well. Plywood, interior furniture, general construction, concrete forms, veneer, and boatbuilding.

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Meranti

Meranti is a soft to firm hardwood timber commonly used for decorative purposes such as mouldings, furniture, panelling, joinery and window frames. It is a very versatile and durable timber for indoor applications, and can be painted and stained to match the colour and designs in your home. Meranti is popular for use in a wide variety of internal applications such as joinery applications for mouldings, cabinetry, architraves and skirting, newel posts, handrails, furniture and panelling.

Selangan Batu

Selangan Batu is a yellowish-brown timber with interlocked grain, and a coarse, but even texture. According to species, durable to very durable. It is classified in Malaysia as being very durable. Heavy structural use, Marine or freshwater construction and decking.

Rubberwood

Rubberwood is strong, flexible, resistant to fungus, bacteria and mold. It’s compatible with most industrial adhesives, easy to work with and has a beautiful grain suitable for quality furniture. The wood is a pale cream to yellowish brown color and is easy to stain to gain deeper colors. The finish adaptability is rated at 94% of that of teak under standard conditions and comparable to beech for workability.

Keruing

Generally easy to work with hand or machine tools, though silica present in the wood tends to dull cutters. Also, resin can exude from the wood and build up on tools and also make wood finishing difficult. Movement in service is fairly large. Common use for furniture, flooring, trailer decks, and utility lumber.

Dryobalanops aromatica

Kapur

Kapur is a Southeast Asian timber tree species. Their distribution is limited to Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo and often grows in clusters on well drained soil on hillsides. Kapur is famous for forming the “jigsaw puzzle” pattern in the sky, otherwise known as the “crown shyness”.