African Hardwoods

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Afritimsu Group African Woods

While our concentration is mainly on African Species, we also work in collaboration with European And South American Partners who supply European Softwoods And South American Exotic Hardwoods. See other species here
Our African Species logs come from the West and Central African coast most especially from Cameroon and Gabon. Quality is A, B, B+ for logs. Around Fourty principal species of this logs are available, in the qualities required by our clients, to order or from stock, with possibility of 500CMB per wood supply ability per month. We can commit to providing higher volumes, which always respect ATIBT quality standards. We deliver this product to all possible destinations, by conventional boat, container, truck or train. Orders can be placed for the woods listed in our general listing page and immediate order from the following species below;


Ozouga | Bidou Wood (Sacoglottis gabonensis)

Very durable to decay; without preservative treatment. This species is especially suited for ..... More Info


Tchitola Wood (Oxystigma oxyphyllum)

Moderately durable to decay. Without preservative treatment, this species can be used only under ..... More Info


Mussivi | Mussibi | Rosewood (Guibourtia C.)

Mussive is a beautiful orange-red wood. It is one of most popular species that are imported .... More Info


Niangon Wood (Tarrietia densiflora)

Niangon is very durable wood and it is extremely resistant to weathering and moisture. It looks like ..... More Info


Niové Wood (Staudtia kamerunensis)

The heartwood is red-brown to orange-brown with darker brown streaks. The 80-100 mm thick, light ... More Info


Pao Rosa (Bobgunnia madagascariensis)

very durable regarding decay resistance, and is also resistant to insect attack. ... More Info


African Rosewood (Dalbergia maritima)

An excellent turning wood. Turns and finishes well, and takes a high natural polish. ... More Info


Sapele | Sapelli (Entandrophragma cylindricum)

Heartwood ranges from moderately durable to very durable in regard to decay resistance. ... More Info


Sipo | Utile Wood (Entandrophragma utile)

Moderately durable to durable, with mixed reports on insect resistance. Heartwood is, ... More Info


African Snakewood (Brosimum guianense)

Snakewood is so called for its characteristic snakeskin patterns. Wood is typically a. ... More Info


Tali Wood (Erythrophleum suaveolens)

Machining of Tali is not easy. As a result of the high density and interlocked grain, there,. ... More Info


Teak Wood (Tectona grandis)

Heartwood tends to be a golden or medium brown, with color darkening with age. Teak has been ... More Info


Tiama Wood (Entandrophragma spp..)

The heartwood is typically a uniform reddish-brown, but occasional logs are much lighter coloured ... More Info


Wenge Wood (Millettia laurentii)

Wenge has a faint, slightly bitter scent when being worked. Can be difficult to work with hand and. ... More Info


Zebrawood | Zingana (Microberlinia B.)

The wood saws well, but can be very difficult to plane or surface due to the prevalence of interlocking ... More Info

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