Apitong trailer flooring offers alternative to domestic hardwood

by Today's Trucking

TrailerDecking.com has expanded its inventory of Apitong laminated flooring for dry vans and truck bodies – offering an alternative for those facing a shortage of domestic hardwood.

Most orders can be fulfilled within seven to 10 days, the company says.

(Photo: TrailerDecking.com)

Imported from Southeast Asia, and made from a mixture of medium-to-medium-high-density wood, the mixed Malaysian hardwood is available in multiple widths and up to 32 feet long for shiplap flooring.

Each piece is undercoated with a black sealer on one face, laminated from narrow, short strips and either hook- or finger-jointed at their ends to help with repairs or replacements in most dry vans and truck bodies.

Related accessories include rough and shiplap flooring, hardwood trailer components such as scuff liners and tie-down rails, and supplies like Apitong oil wood finish.

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