FSC certification is given as an international acknowledgment that forests are managed in accordance with strict criteria
In 2003 the company changed its name to PALAVRA d.o.o. and as such it becomes recognizable in the European market, and our product is highly appreciated. By the present development realistic assumptions have been created for further development and a higher degree of finalization of production. We have expanded our production capacities with additional cutting, drying and ironing of veneered veneer, and the number of employees continues to grow.
Successful business creates new ideas as well. In 2007 we invested in the production of a joint veneer. By starting this production, we reduced the cost of scrap and rounded our supply to the veneer industry. Today, the company employs 115 people.
Start of business activity of PALAVRA d.o.o. is in 1996 and is related to the carrying out of transport activities. This activity was, with trade, one of the basic activities in which the modest capital was invested after the war. The company deals with transportation business until 1997, and since then the capital of this business has been reinvested in the production of a licensed veneer.
At the very beginning, the company had 10 employees. As everything went smoothly, we succeeded in winning the production of veneer veneer. The idea was realized within the company Palavra-Trans d.o.o. 2001 and 2002. We can say that a year later, the commissioning of veneer lines for us meant to be completely mastered by the method of preparation, cutting and placement of veneer. We employ another 36 employees.
The certificate of ISO 9001-2000 was obtained on May 19, 2008, as a confirmation of the quality of our product and production process, thus strengthening our position on the market.
FWe got the SC certificate in July 2009 as an international acknowledgment that forests are managed in accordance with strict criteria, the increased social awareness that causes consumers to buy wood will not contribute to destruction but conservation of forest wealth.