America's Leading Manufacturer
of 3/4 Lumber!

Penn-Sylvan International

We proudly manufacture and kiln dry over 12-million board feet of hardwood lumber annually to exact customer specifications from 3/4" - 8/4" thickness. We also offer heat treated industrial lumber, and cut-to-size pallet stock.

At Penn-Sylvan International, we combine years of experience in both the domestic and export lumber markets, with high-quality low-cost manufacturing, and the unrivaled color and consistency of the unique timber resources of the Allegheny Plateau to satisfy the worldwide demand for the highest quality and best value in hardwood lumber.

Our Story

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We are a family owned business with Amish employees. Our quality is consistent and Penn-Sylvan is well known in the hardwood business.

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The Mills

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Our key to success is our personnel's many years of hands-on experience in both export marketing and the domestic hardwood industry.

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Products

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We sell all of the following species: Red Oak, White Oak, Ash, Cherry, Walnut, Poplar, Red Elm, Hard Maple, Soft Maple, Beech, Basswood and Hickory.

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Service

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Our operation includes dry kilns, grading stations, and kiln dried storage, in addition to two sawmill operations situated in the northwestern Appalachian region.

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We buy our timber from the abundant wood lots located within a 65 mile radius of our headquarters and in the flourishing Allegheny National Forest. The hardwood timber in this area is known for its consistent color, tight grain configuration and excellent woodworking properties. In this area one will find the largest combination of Black Cherry, Soft and Hard Maple, Red and White Oak, Poplar, Ash and Walnut in North America.

We also have veneer quality and number one saw logs available for worldwide distribution. The available rich timber resource of the surrounding region enables Penn-Sylvan to meet the competitive demand for consistent grain, color and configuration in both logs and lumber.

After kiln drying all lumber is reinspected prior to shipment. Details of packaging, tallying, and documentation are controlled to meet strenuous export requirements.

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