Jewson's Market Way branch is benefiting from a new timber machine.

Jewson’s new timber machine boosts capacity

Published:  10 February, 2014

Jewson has invested in a new six header moulder timber machine for its Market Way branch in Canterbury.

The moulder has significantly increased capacity, allowing large amounts of timber to be machined accurately and consistently to the measurements provided. Jewson’s Canterbury branch team can now run between 2,000 – 3,000m of softwood or hardwood per day. The machine can produce a wide range of profiles including skirting, shiplap, flooring, cladding and specialist profiles, in both softwoods and hardwoods.

Jewson provides a range of timber from certified 'chain of custody' sources.

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