On-line Wholesaler of Apitong Trailer Decking, Trailer Flooring,
Hardwood Truck Floors, Shiplap Decking, Laminated Truck Floors, Wood Trailer Components
Apitong Hardwood Trailer Decking is our Specialty
TrailerDecking.com is an on-line wholesaler of Apitong, Angelim Pedra, Keruing, and Purpleheart,
in Hardwood Trailer Flooring, Shiplap Decking, Laminated Truck Floors, and other Wood Trailer Components.
Quality Control at the Source
We inspect every load for Grade, Size and Moisture Content
3" x 12" Apitong Rough - 17' to 20' only
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$10.00 per Lineal Foot - Limited Quantities!
Please call for availability. Oregon location only.
We import our trailer decking directly from the source in South America and Asia.
We have built strong supplier relations in our source countries
and are able to take advantage of the best buys available in
Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Guyana, Paraguay, China, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Because of our long history and vast array of flooring, decking and plywood products, we can
take advantage of the best freight rates and pass the savings on to our customers.
Our product catalog includes shiplap plank trailer decking, rough lumber for heavy duty,
low boy and drop deck trailers, laminated truck flooring (LTF), S4S E4E boards, tie down
slats and other specialty wood components.
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Inventory conveniently located in Portland OR,
Tilton NH and Savannah GA
We're ready to assist, whether you need one piece or one truckload
Apitong Shiplap Trailer Flooring
We offer shiplap trailer flooring in Apitong, also known as Keruing.
This solid wood plank material is available in lengths from 8' to 24'. The most common face
width is 7" and our material is run with a 3/8" shiplap, making it 7-3/8" overall.
We can source other custom sizes as well and generally have access to 5" face shiplap material,
nail strips and can provide custom patterns as required.
Heavy Duty, Drop Deck, Low Boy - Rough Lumber Trailer Flooring
For heavy duty applications, tropical hardwood lumber in such species as
Purpleheart, Greenheart, Angelim Pedra, Tatajuba and Apitong / Keruing offer
the best durability and life expectancy. With a Janka Side Hardness as much as two
times that of White Oak, these tropical hardwoods will perform in the
We specialize in sourcing custom sizes including specified length timbers. Let
us know what you need.
S4S E4E Boards, Bullnose Tie Down Slats, Side Rack Material
Many different types of woods will perform well for industrial S4S applications.
We have 1x3, 1x4 and 1x6 in many different hardwoods available for prompt shipment.
These solid hardwood S4S products can be run to custom patterns as well if you need
something specialized. We stock solid random length products from 4' to 20' and
fingerjointed products above 20'.
Note that pre-drilling is required in the higher density woods such as Ipe, Cumaru,
and Massaranduba. Medium density species such as Meranti and Cambara do not require
pre-drilling, which will make for much quicker installation procedure.
Specialty Industrial Components
Let us know what you need. We can source just about any specified product you
may want. We've done filler components for reefer trailers, nail strips, pre-drilled
and shaped components, and more.
LTF - Laminated Truck Flooring
Laminated truck flooring is available in tropical hardwood from Southeast Asia, typically
made from a mix of medium to medium high density species of wood. It is laminated from
strips of narrow, short material and can be either hook jointed or fingerjointed on the
ends of the individual pieces. The maximum length of imported LTF is just under 40' since
that is the longest piece that will fit in a standard ocean container.
LTF is also available in domestic species like Red and White Oak. There are a number of high
quality manufacturers in the United States. This LTF is edge glued and end glued from individual
strips of hardwood.
Laminated truck flooring should never be used on a flatbed trailer. It is designed exlusively
for use in dry vans and should not be left exposed to the weather. It is common for manufacturers
to undercoat the laminated trailer floor with a wax or polyurethane coating.