Bocote, a flowering plant from the borage family that is mostly found in Mexico, Central and South America. Initially a yellow/brown shade, this wood darkens over time. It has a fragrant smell and is usually used for furniture and flooring. It has a Janka hardness of 2,010 ibf (8,950 N), is moderately to very durable, depending on the species, and is easily worked with, which makes it more useful than some of the other woods listed here – in part, this is what makes Bocote the most expensive wood on this list; it holds all of the beauty, strength and exoticness of other expensive woods but because it can be cut, hammered and glued with ease, it is ultimately more usable which places higher demand on the wood, thereby raising the price.
Bocote Saw Logs
|Type of species||South American Hardwood|
|Species||Freijo (Cordia wood, Jenny Wood)|
|Grading system||US standard export rules|
|Quality||Reject veneer logs|
|Volume||1000 m3 per year|
|Measurement type||with bark|
|Description||Bocote (cordia spp.) from Mexico round logs for sale in big quantity for long term.
1100usd/mt FOB Mexican Port.
All Export docs in place.
Minimum order one 40′ ft container = 24mt or 17m3
Price & Conditions
|Sells to:||South America|