|Exhibition Timber Supplies||
Exhibition Timber Cut To Size & Delivered Locally Direct To Site
Exhibition Timber Supplies delivers any type of timber - cut to size - to any exhibition venue in the UK when you need it.
We are a centrally based timber yard with two saw mills complete with CNC cutting facilities. We also have access to a fully stocked DIY store with paint mixing facilities and other services.
We specialise in delivering timber to exhibition halls across the UK ready for or during exhibition build-up so that stand builders can concentrate on the job of building the stand without worrying about sourcing timber (and other materials and tools).
We also have vehicles and drivers available for an out-of-hours emergency timber supply service for any quantity of timber, Plywood, MDF, Chipboard etc. All cut to size and delivered straight away.
We offer an out-of-hours emergency timber supply service for any quantity of plywood or other timber type; from just a single sheet to big bulk orders.
Exhibition timber cut to size and delivered
Local Wood Merchants that DELIVER!
"Timber delivery to Excel on time" Lee, AheadSoluti...
Great service. Timber received on time thanks to Chris who delivered. Regular supplier made error on order so this helped us avoid an emergency and letting our customer down, Thanks.
"Reliable and fast" Dennis, Greater Manchester
Exhibiting at the NEC in April we had last minute stand change. driving round to woodyards and getting plywood cut to size would have been a nightmare. You saved us from near shame!
"Thank you Chris and team" Ian Carter, W1 Exhibits.
Delighted again. Thank you. Having used your service a number of times I now leave our full exhibition timber requirements to you and your pro team. Cheers again for a great service.
"Exhibition Timber Supplies is an innovative idea backed by a fantastic service. We ran into a shortage problem; we found Chris and his team by Google search and called very late. The team pulled out the stops and delivered plywood cut perfectly to size with hours to spare before the end of the exhibition build-up [...]"