An added-value service for our clients
What’s Jointing? Veneer stitching or jointing is an process of putting veneer leaves together and forming a fixed length sheet. This then created a Layon Sheet, which can be as the name describes be layed onto a board (a door, wardrobe, panelling etc).
Since 1988 Jointed Veneers, part of the DF Richards group of companies has been offering splicing services to some of Europe’s leading furniture, door and panel manufacturers. We work with some of the worlds leading architects and contract companies, we’d love to work with you.
We offer a technically superior and cost effective alternative to in-house veneer preparation – using the latest glued thread production machinery volume batch production of cut sizes up to 3200 x 1270 allows our customers the benefits of shorter lead-in times, lower inventory costs and substantial production savings.
Weekdays – 8.30am – 4.30pm
Weekends – Closed
“Veneer is our passion and we’d like to think we know our woods.”
Our customers and colleagues are at the heart of what we do and with the rapidly developing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation we are taking the responsible measures needed to protect all of us. In light of recent government communications and advice from the World Health Organisation we have decided to close our offices and manufacturing facility at the end of the day on Friday 27th March 2020 for a period of 2 weeks.