khaya african mahogany

Khaya / African Mahogany is harvested in Western tropical Africa. It’s attractive, with a good natural luster and heartwood color ranging from very pale pink to a rich mahogany brown. Quarter sawn surfaces can resemble ribbon stripes. This species is moderately resistant to rot and has good working properties with hand and machine tools for a variety of millwork applications.

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OHC Lufkin Warehouse

OHC Welcomes Rocky Thigpen, Lufkin’s New Warehouse Manager

OHC has recently moved into its new 147,000 square foot warehouse in Lufkin, Texas in order to accommodate the addition of 2 million board feet of lumber that came with the Sitco acquisition. The new warehouse will contain a fully functional Millwork division of OHC with all of the manufacturing capabilities…

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