A Premium Shuttering Plywood from Gayatri Plywood Industries


Our products are tested on the parameters of their durability, sturdiness and are treated effectively to prevent them from stains, termites and pests.


We arrange regular inspections for checking the quality of raw materials that we source and of the final product after the final stages of processing.

ISO 9001 Certified

We are ISO 9001 Certified company with focus on quality.

Premium Quality

All our doors are made of premium quality woods

Customer Satisfaction

We believe in providing 100% customer satisfaction

Eco Friendly

All our product are Eco Friendly



Our manufacturing plant is located in Kasba (Purnea) Bihar. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing unit is fitted with latest Planners, Hydraulic Presses and Filming units and Sanding units. The company takes utmost care while procuring all raw materials. We have our own resin adhesive plant so that the strength and bonding of the products can be closely monitored.

Raw Material

We source quality raw materials from Assam, West Bengal and Bihar. All raw materials are inspected for before being sent to ware house.


We use both sun dry and state-of-art dryer machine to dry veneer and cores.

Hot Press machine

We have multiple hot press machines to support round o clock manufacturing process.


Plywood Manufacturing Process

Veneer drying

We have in-house drying uint which provides controlled drying environment, with minimal handling, and results in a more uniformly dried veneer. The drying of veneer, to between two and ten percent moisture content, aids the gluing process during the manufacture of the plywood.


The assembly of the plywood prior to pressing entails the jointing of the narrow strips of veneer, which are edge-glued so as to make sheets of the required size. We have multiple curtain rollers where glue is then applied to the inner plies or core, which in turn, are laid between the outer veneers ready for bonding.

Hot Pressing

Once the veneers are laid-up as assembly plywood sheets, they are fed into hydraulic presses so as to bring the veneer into direct contact with the adhesive, where the application of heat cures the glue.


Primary finishing, which entails the trimming, sanding and upgrading of the plywood after pressing, is undertaken so as to enhance the marketability of the product. It is carried out at either separate work stations, or, in the case of modern mills, as a combined operation in a continuous semi-automatic line.

Trimming saws cut the plywood boards to the required size, which are then sanded in machines fitted with wide-belt or drum sanders so as to obtain the desired surface smoothness. Damage or imperfections to the face veneers are then manually repaired by plugging and the application of patches.