Yellow Meranti

Leveraging on our vast industry experience, we are indulged in exporting and supplying a comprehensive range of Yellow Meranti Wood. Procured from the most authentic vendors of the market, it is immensely used for flooring purposes and furniture making. In order to meet the varied requirements of our clients, we offer these woods in a variety of sizes and thicknesses. Being a client-centric organization, we deliver this Yellow Meranti Wood within the allotted time frame to the patrons.


  • Varied porosity
  • High compressive strength
  • Durable in nature


  • Shorea faguetiana Heim, S. resina-nigra Foxw., S. balanocarpoidesS. gibbosa Brandis, S. hopeifolia (Heim) Sym., S. maxima Sym., S. multiflora Sym. These species produce the yellow meranti of Malaysia, or meranti damar hitam.
  • Shorea faguetiana Heim., S. hopeifolia Sym., S. multiflora Syrri. These species produce the yellow meranti of Brunei, and Sarawak, where the local name is lun, or lun kuning.
  • Shorea acuminatissima Sym., S. faguetiana Helm., S. gibbosa Brandis. These are the principal species producing yellow seraya of Sabah, where the local names are also seraya kacha, and selangan kacha.
Wood Type Hardwood Texture Medium
Durability Slightly durable Availability Limited availability at a specialist timber merchant
Treatability Extremely difficult Price Low
Moisture Movement Small Use(s) Joinery – Exterior, Joinery – Interior, Marine or freshwater construction, Furniture
Density (mean, Kg/m³) 660 (Density can vary by 20% or more) Colour(s) Light brown, Yellow brown (Greenish or olive tinges)