Specializing in Industrial
Lumber and Panel Products


SPF SYP White / Red Pine Some dense and non-dense hardwoods

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Plywood – O.S.B. – Particleboard and other panel products

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Animal Bedding

We use wood shavings along with a unique environmentally-friendly blend of chopped straw and wood fines that is fluffy, absorbent, and looks attractive in any stall, big or small. Equilocks blends are absorbent, easy to move and muck and also have a great “second-life” that can help with recycling manure.

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Tudor Industries also brings to you Industrial Grade Sawdust, both bagged and bulk. This has been used in the oil and gas industry as well as the trenchless technology industry.

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Tudor Industries proudly presents Bio-Bric, an eco-friendly energy source that gives clean, powerful heat and is a less-polluting alternative to traditional sources of energy like oil and coal.

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Wholesale lumber, panel products, bio bric, bagged animal bedding and industrial sawdust.

Tudor Industries

Tudor Industries
1200 Eglinton Ave E #302
Toronto, ON
M3C 1H9

Toll Free: 1-800-461-2457
Local: 416-461-2457

What Is A Wooden Box?

A wooden box is a container made of wood for storage or as a shipping container.

Construction may include several types of wood; lumber (timber), plywood, engineered woods, etc. read more…

What Is A Wooden Crate?

A wooden crate has a self-supporting structure, with or without sheathing. For a wooden container to be a crate, all six of its sides must be put in place to result in the rated strength of the container. The strength of a wooden box is rated based on the weight it can carry before the top (top, ends, and sides) is installed, whereas the strength of a crate is rated with the top in place. In general conversation, the term crate is sometimes used to denote a wooden box. read more…

What is a pallet?

A pallet is used as a base for assembling, storing, handling and transporting materials and products as a unit load, typically equipped with a superstructure. Additionally, a pallet provides protection to the product on it, and the coverage of the bottom deck of the pallet can prevent damage to palletized goods upon which another pallet may be stacked. read more…