Plywood is an assemblage of wood veneers bonded together to produce a flat sheet. Although it may be tailored for specific uses, the usual product consists of at least three plies, with the grain in the alternate plies running at right angles. An extremely versatile product, plywood is used for a wide range of structural, interior, and exterior applications-from formwork to internal paneling. Plywood offers all the inherent advantages of the parent wood plus enhanced properties in its laminated structure. With high strength and stiffness to weight ratios, plywood is very cost-effective to use. Since plywood is chemical-resistant, it does not corrode and is extremely durable.

Types Of Plywood

This is the standard plywood available and is also known as MR Grade plywood. MR stands for moisture resistant, which means the plywood can withstand some amount of moisture, humidity and dampness.



Marine plywood is manufactured from durable face and core veneers, with few defects so it performs longer in both humid and wet conditions and resists delaminating and fungal attack. Its construction is such that it can be used in environments where it is exposed to moisture for long periods. This variety of plywood is a popular choice for building boats, boat parts, and is also a smart option for durable outdoor furniture projects, especially in coastal areas.


prime light

Prime liteply is a calibrated marine Ply which is light in weight and has a 1mm thick face which makes it as a veneered ply. The look of a prime lite ply is similar to Birch ply but it is light in weight.

Prime Light-weight Arch Ply

  • Cost effective
  • Increased stability
  • High impact resistance
  • Surface dimensional stability
  • High strength to weight ratio
  • Panel shear
  • Chemical resistance
  • Construction flooring
  • Concrete formwork
  • Shear walls
  • Webbed beams
  • Portal frames
  • Fabricated beams
  • Bracing panels