Since its inception in 1987, Sharon Plywoods has been at the forefront of many an innovation and pioneering ventures. The first plywood manufacturer to have been awarded the ISO 9002 and also ISO 14001 certifications, it also has the unique distinction of being the only manufacturer to export quality plywood to Japan, and many other developed countries.
Sharon Plywoods’ offerings have delighted and thrilled its customers down the years. Our plywood products - Flexible Ply, Commercial Ply, Marine Grade Ply, and Boiling Water Resistant Ply are sought after in the market. Our Decorative Veneers, Doors, Prelam MDF, Prelam Particle Boards and Block Boards have caught the imagination of the public.
Sharon was the first plywood manufacturer in TN to have been awarded ISO 9002 certification, which has since been upgraded to ISO 9001 in 2000.
ISO 14001:1996
For complying with international environmental norms in the manufacture and marketing of wood based products.
For export of international quality products.
IHPA Certificate
Issued by the International Hardwood Products Association, USA. Covers aspects like workmanship, etc.

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sharonply Variants

We offer a wide array of products to cater to distinct furniture needs. All solutions are created using high quality material sourced exclusively to deliver perfection.

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