The timber which is known as Red Balau in Peninsular Malaysia, and as Selangan Batu Merah in Sabah and Sarawak, is the product of a few heavy species of Shorea, the most common of which are S.guiso, S.collina, S.kunstleri and S.ochrophloia. The timber is generally fairly slow drying, with moderate end-checks, slight splitting and surface checking as the main defects.

General description of the wood: Sapwood is pink, purple-brown or grey-brown and is fairly well-defined from the heartwood, which is light to deep red-brown. The grain is deeply interlocked. Texture is moderately fine to slightly coarse and even.

Except the following products,
we also offer any timber that needed by valuable customers.