King’s Veneer is one of the leading manufacturers & wholesalers of Veneers in India. These veneers are manufactured under four stages of the industrial process composed of Smoking, Taping, Pressing, and Finishing.
King’s Veneer was founded in 2010 with the specific Intent to provide high-quality veneer, supported by superior service and dependability at a competitive price. Our business is dedicated to providing a pleasant and respectful environment for our customers, employee, and their families.
We are a team of dedicated, hardworking professionals with over 10 years of combined experience in the veneer industry. Each member’s unique skills complement one another resulting in a quality product, competitive pricing. Grading and marketing veneer along with many other wood-related products. Kings Veneer has a solid foundation of client and vendor relationships.
Mission / Vision Statement
Build lasting and positive relations with our business and social environment. Act in line with national standards of corporate responsibility and business ethics.
King’s Veneer has over 250 dealers across India a number which is growing at a rapid pace while developing our business in new markets. We adapt ourselves to their local specific city and needs.
We believe in protecting the environment by optimum usage and minimal wastage of wood and veneer.
Why Choose Us
We strive to develop and maintain strong relationship with our Business Partners, Direct Clients, Distributors and Agents.
We at Kings Venner never comprise on the product quality and provide premium quality products, that you can always rely on it.
Our team of highly qualified and experienced professionals helps us understand and meet the needs of our customers.
Care & Maintenance
The ongoing care of finished veneered surfaces depends largely on the type and quality of coating
applied. In general, veneer surfaces should not be left wet/damp or with wet staining material on them,
such as dark fruit juice/wine. They should not be cleaned with harsh cleaners or chemicals that affect
the surface finishing. Sharp edges are potential problem zones for breaks or cracks in the coating.
- Extreme Temperature Changes
- Dirty or Greasy Marks
- Direct Sunlight