Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the first airplanes ever built all bear witness to the same type of wood: poplar.
Durability, strength, ductility, and lightness are the qualities that have allowed Leonardo to provide us with one of the greatest works of art of all time and the first airplane to fly.
These features have driven us to focus on poplar for products that require them.
Another essential feature that ensures a bright future for poplar is the fact that it can be improved and grown in 10-year cycles.

Poplar trees provide continuous supply and also compensation to the restrictions on extraction of deciduous trees, which humanity wants to protect.
Our experience in purchasing well-cultivated plantations and in machining poplar wood is much appreciated in the transport, boat building, furniture, and leisure industries, where lightness is an essential feature.

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