An ISO 9001-2001 for quality management system and FSC with COC which is essential for eco friendly green buildings.

Kanara Wood & Plywood Industries ltd.,

The Yenepoya Group of Companies, established in 1940, by the late Yenepoya Moideen Kunhi, at Ashoknagar, on the banks of the river Gurupur, today is a business conglomerate spanning a plethora of diversified business and service activities.

A progressive organization with over 2,000 employees under its wings, and a machinery perfectly integrated with professionalism as the keystone of a remarkable success story spanning across six decades, the Yenepoya Group has developed into one of South India's foremost and highly reputed industrial groups.

The humble beginning with timber and trade has spread its roots to cover wood & allied industries; commerce & industry; hospitality & healthcare; Education & Educational Institutions and more. From Timber, Veneers, Wood products, Transport, Chemicals & Resins, Minerals & Granites, Hotels, Hospitals and Mineral water to the Yenepoya University - the growth has been eventful and encouraging.

For the Yenepoya Group, it has never been about doing different things but doing things differently. And it shows.

Our Products


Made to BIS: 303. ( Available in 3 varieties)

  • Warm Water Resistant (WWR) Grade
  • Boiling Water Resistant (BWR) Grade
  • Boiling Water Proof (BWP) Grade
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Made to BIS: 2202 Part I

Frame is of stiles and rails made of BlockBoards-trpe solid-wood core strips joined together. Crossbands bonded with phenol formaldehyde synthetic resin. Face veneers of commercial / decorative type on either side.

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Made of selected prime timber under stringent quality control measures. Cut in the world’s best Capital vertical slicer, with maximum flitch size 4500 mm x 750 mm2. Spliced in tapeless Diehl splicer or Kuper zig zag splicer. Specially group-matched. Available in lay-on form.

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Made to BIS: 1659

Solid wood core of uniform strips joined together with crossbands, and faced on either side with teak, rosewood, white cedar, padauk, afromosea, walnut and other face veneers...

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