We at ‘NATURAL VENEERS’ once again renew our commitment towards eco-friendly wood products by importing FSC certified veneer from USA. Though expensive in purchasing, we continue our endeavor towards supporting sustainable forest management practices.
Architects and designers who also support this philosophy for ‘green’ projects would welcome this change in the Indian veneer industry.… Read More
As we promised, we are back!! With yet another path breaking innovation to mesmerize the veneering world once again. We are delighted to launch our all new Interno Exotics- new improved version of the original Interno series.
The difference between the two is that the new Interno Exotic series uses mix width veneer strips whereas the original used only fix width veneer strips.… Read More
The original RoughCut veneer series won the Interzum award for ‘Intelligent Material Design’ in Germany and marked the international entry for the company with a bang.… Read More
As TOPL prepares for its first international participation at the Interzum show in Cologne, Germany it puts a new life into the window from where the world would use to peep into TOPL after the show. TOPL has given a completely fresh look to its website with all the latest products, processes, machines and company updates.… Read More
TOPL has finally made its presence felt in the global veneering industry. Since its very inception, TOPL has always been known in the Indian veneer industry, for its pioneering efforts and innovative products. TOPL has made a head start at the Interzum fair 2009 held by the Koelnmesse, by winning the Interzum award: intelligent material & design 2009.… Read More
TOPL has always been committed to act in an environmentally responsible manner. For this very reason TOPL extends unconditional support to sustainable forest management practices. It proactively looks to encourage organizations following sustainable forest management practices. TOPL has been awarded with the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) chain-of-custody certificate issued by The Rainforest Alliance in January 2009.… Read More