G Wood Pro expands distribution network for Thermally Modified Timber

NEW YORK – G Wood Pro, the exclusive U.S. partner of Tantimber, a global manufacturer of ThermoWood — Thermally Modified Timber (TMT) — expands its U.S. distribution partnerships by adding Holbrook Lumber Company, bringing a century-old reputation for supplying the finest building materials to the dealer marketplace. 

They join a premier list of distributors throughout the U.S. stocking Tantimber ThermoWood products. 

“G Wood Pro offers us an opportunity to expand our premium wood product offerings to our valued customers that supply their respective markets,” said Peter Krihak, president at Holbrook Lumber Company, a more than a century-old company serving the Northeast market from its New York distribution center. 

“Holbrook Lumber’s network of dealers is powerful, admirable, and dependable,” said Mehmet Zenginler, co-founder and managing partner at G Wood Pro, the exclusive U.S. partner of Tantimber. “We couldn’t be more excited about our partnership and looking forward to serving the Northeast in the U.S. much more effectively and efficiently in 2023.” 

Sourced from FSC - and PEFC-certified forests worldwide, Tantimber ThermoWood products are manufactured using a patented, chemical free and eco-friendly modification process that the company says transforms the timber into stable and durable finished wood products that can stand up to extreme environments. 

Tantimber ThermoWood is an exceptional alternative to endangered South American hardwoods, environmentally damaging petroleum-based wood imitations (WPC, synthetic/composite), and hybrid products. It is suitable for various exterior and interior applications. 


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