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Country:

United Kingdom

Category:

Deck

Website:

www.lignia.com

The only proven real wood alternative to Burmese teak in yacht decking, making it the natural choice for long-term sustainability.

Contact

Address:

LIGNIA Wood Company Limited. Unit 10
Atlantic Trading Estate
Barry
Vale of Glamorgan
CF63 3RF

Contacts:

Name:Steve Rogers
Tel:+44 (0)1446 507077
Email:info@lignia.com
Website:www.lignia.com
Name:Nigel Pompeus
Tel:07956914274
Email:nigel.pompeus@lignia.com
Website:www.lignia.com

Address:

LIGNIA Wood Company Limited. Unit 10
Atlantic Trading Estate
Barry
Vale of Glamorgan
CF63 3RF

Contacts:

Name:Steve Rogers
Tel:+44 (0)1446 507077
Email:info@lignia.com
Website:www.lignia.com
Name:Nigel Pompeus
Tel:07956914274
Email:nigel.pompeus@lignia.com
Website:www.lignia.com

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