Why Pinewood?

Pine wood is a strong and very versatile timber, that is widely used for a range of structural and decorative applications including framing, lining, glue laminated beams, veneer and plywood. When appropriately treated, it can be used in many exposed structural and non‐structural applications. It is easily treated and light, while still having good bending and strength properties.

Other features of Pinewood are:

  • Good finish when cut and sanded
  • Easy to nail with good nail holding capacity
  • Paint and other coatings dry to a good finish
  • Little 'resin bleeding' once dried
  • Machines well and compares favourably with a variety of other traded timbers

Pines are evergreen trees and are a renewable resource; therefore pinewood is cheaper than other varieties of wood and also available in abundance.



Tirupati Tradelinks (P) Ltd. is a renowned supplier of Pinewood timber that is imported from New Zealand, Europe and U.S.A.. Consequently, we are acknowledged as one of the most prominent Pine wood Logs Importers in India.

The following species of Pinewood logs are imported by us:

  • New Zealand - Radiata Pine Logs
  • Europe - Spruce and Silvestris Pine Logs
  • U.S.A. - SYP Pine Logs


We at Tirupati Tradelinks (P) Ltd. provide Sawn Timber to our customers in desired size. Sawn Timber is timber that is cut from logs into different sizes. It is generally cut into varying rectangular widths and lengths.

Structural timber and many appearance products are cut by Backsawn method. With backsawn timber, the long face of each board is close to a tangential face, and the short face is close to a radial face. Growth rings are parallel to the long edge and the wide face does not intersect many growth rings.

The advantages of back sawn timber include:

  • Seasons more rapidly
  • Good figure on face
  • Less prone to splitting when nailing
  • Wide sections possible
  • Few knots on edge

The disadvantages of back sawn timber include:

  • Shrink more across width when drying
  • More likely to warp and cup

Wooden Houses

We provide high end Kiln Dried Timber of various sizes for making frames, beam building frames, columns, walls and flooring. We are reputed service provider who are able to give best in quality of our customers dream wooden home.



Kiln drying is an industrial unit operation used to accelerate the drying of wood. A wood drying kiln is an enclosed space where air speed, temperature and humidity are controlled. Natural air drying of wood can take weeks, while a wood drying kiln can complete the process in less than a day.

Kiln dried timber has a moisture content between 10 and 15%. The benefit of kiln drying the timber is that it is dried in a controlled environment, has rigorous testing, and is extremely quick giving a higher quality end product. Bugs and insects are also killed during the drying process. Therefore it can be more cost effective and less likely to have distortion, staining or drying stresses (i.e. warping or bowing).

Species of KD Timber available

Southern Yellow Pine

SYP Lumber originates in the United States of America. The Heartwood is reddish brown, sapwood is yellowish white. Loblolly Pine works fairly well with most tools, and it glues and finishes well. Exterior uses are construction lumber, stringers, roof trusses, poles, joists, piles; as well as interior applications such as subflooring and sheathng. Common size available are 2x6, 2x8 and 2x10.

European Softwoods

European Softwood Lumber of Spruce and Sylvetris Pine are procured from various parts of EU. In Pine Heartwood is light reddish brown, demarcated sapwood is pale yellow to nearly white. Spruce typically is creamy white, with a hint of yellow and/or red. Both is commonly used for making Utility poles, posts, boxes/crates, flooring, paper (pulpwood), and construction lumber.

Canadian Softwoods

SPF Lumber as commonly called is a mix of Spruce-Pine-Fir that originates in Canada. Logs are cut in the most modern sawmilling facilities with the quality parameters set by the government thus ensuring standard quality specifications of the product across the country. It is available in various sizes like 2x6, 2x8, 2x10. Uses of SPF Lumber is mainly for construction, manufacturing of doors and framing