We export SYP Logs & Lumber of all grades and sizes from United States to many countries throughout the world. Majority of our customers are based in China, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea, Hong Kong, Turkey, Pakistan, UAE, Egypt, Germany, and Netherlands. We are continuously exploring business growth opportunities in other countries as well.

We ship in containers, break bulks & shiploads based on customer specifications and requirements. Please contact us with your requirements and we will be glad to provide you all the information you might need in detail within 24 hours!

Get to know a little more about Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) -

  • Common Names
    Southern Yellow Pine is a collective genus that covers several species, including: Black, Jack, Jersey, Longleaf, Loblolly, North Carolina, Oldfield, Slash, Shortleaf, and Virginia Pine.

  • History
    The preferred construction wood of the 19th century, used for everything from clipper ship masts to warehouse timbers to residential flooring. Yellow Pine was the flooring of choice in part due to its hardness and durability. Yellow Pine is the state tree of Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina.

  • Main Uses
    Southern Yellow Pine represents the least expensive, yet one of the most traditional flooring choices available. Southern Yellow Pine is used for structural timber, structural grade plywood, building construction, boxes, baskets, crates, cooperage, pallets, millwork, woodenware, novelties, boat building, and many other applications requiring hardness and good wearing qualities.

  • Where Southern Yellow Pine Grows
    Southern Yellow Pine is grown across the Southern United States, making access and availability to this superior product widespread. Southern Yellow Pine thrives in the red clay soil of the South.

  • Incredibly Strong and Dense
    Industry experts say Southern Yellow Pine’s density makes it the strongest softwood structural lumber species. That strength means it’s got ideal load-bearing capacity and fastener-holding ability.

  • Naturally Beautiful
    Left natural or stained, Southern Yellow Pine’s wood grain pattern and golden color provides visual interest and a high quality look.

  • Did You Know?
    Southern yellow pine is one of the hardest pines and is recommended for flooring and higher traffic areas.