Melamine faced board/Melamine plywood/Melamine MDF board

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Item-Melamine Faced MDF




CommodityMDF Core Melamine Faced Plywood
Spec.Size1220mm*2440mm&1250mm*2500mm or as your demand







Face/BackMelamine Paper




Thickness Tolerance ≤6mm(+/-)0.2mm to 0.3mm

6-30mm(+/-)0.4mm to 0.5mm
PackingInner Packing0.2mm plastic bag

Outer PackingSteel strip or PVC for strength,plywood sheet or Carton covering 


UsageUsage Adequate for making furniture or construction, packing or industrial
MOQ1*20 ft container(22CBM)
PaymentT/T or L/C at sight
Delivery TimeWithin 10days after receiving deposit or original L/C at sight


1)  Good Raw Materials and High quality 
2)  More repeated using times 
3)  Good packing and fast shipment 
4)  Delivery the right products according to different level of requirement 
5)  High performance/price ratio 


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More than 10 factories to meet your various needs.


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Samples are free. As for the cost of courier , we will give back to you in the payment of the trial order .


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The goods will be deliveried wthin 15 days after recepit of the deposit  . 


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