More than 125 years of delivering value.
It’s Penrod. Period.
It’s all about value.
Behind the recognizable Penrod name is an efficient trade network and reliable distribution infrastructure for forest products, built on best practices and exceptionally competent compliance.
We are committed to the needs of our manufacturing customers—wherever you may be—and we are working every day to strengthen our global value chain through innovative yet always reliable forest product operations and service.
It’s all about utility.
St-Raymond Veneer Inc., part of The Penrod Group and an integrated manufacturer of high-utility, high-quality face veneer and sliced veneer for the hardwood plywood industry, is located in beautiful St-Raymond, Quebec, Canada, and has a rich history of success in the veneer industry.
The combination of our advanced manufacturing facility, sought-after production expertise, commitment to quality standards, and competitive costs makes the most of the high-utility forest products we offer, giving you even higher value.
It’s all about commitment.
Penrod took its history and experience in managing diverse distribution and manufacturing channels and applied it to door-related items.
The company’s commitment to service has enabled it to become one of the leaders to the professional market in NAFTA for products that include hinges, fasteners and general hardware. You’ll find a variety of finishes for residential and commercial applications, as well as a competitively priced inventory that is generally available for shipment within 24 hours. It is the Penrod way.
Our commitment to progress enables us to continually look at creating new products and find innovative solutions to better serve the needs of our customers.
It’s all about innovation.
XO by Penrod offers you special hybrid PVC solutions that stand out in the marketplace. They’re easier to use because they cut more smoothly and the sealed-edge boards stay cleaner. They’re tougher because they don’t chip like others due to the special way they’re made. And they’re better because they’re more dent resistant, and can be milled and machined.
They are, after all, made by Penrod.
Penrod can be traced back almost 130 years through two world wars, a depression and the development of strong competition from Third World countries.
From the time the “Walnut King” John Noble Penrod started this company in 1888 to the production of wooden airplane components during World War I, Penrod was there.
From promoting mahogany to the American furniture market in the ‘40s to supplying the African mahogany veneer in the interior of the ‘65 Cadillac, Penrod was there.
From the creation of a metal products division in 1988 to the purchase of St-Raymond in 2003, Penrod was there. From establishing a PVC division in 2004, Penrod was there.
With continued global growth, Penrod continues to be there.