In 1992, the Japanese company Ein Engineering created a wood substitute made from softwood waste and recycled polymer resins. Attractive, easy to maintain and eco-friendly, Einwood was an instant success as a building material in Japan, and soon became popular in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
In 2004, a 10-year Ein employee named Takeyasu Kikuchi purchased the Einwood patent. His WPC Corporation has refined the original product, and employed innovative new technologies to expand the line. Einwood is still made exclusively in factories that adhere to Ein’s original quality standards.
Consider Einwood for your next project. Your client will always remember you recommended the best.