Industrie Ergie specializes in veneer-splicing of hardwood destined for the plywood, furniture, kitchen cabinet, door and decorative architectural panel industries. The main species are: hickory, red alder, Maple, cherry, cherry, white poplar and cypress. We can provide any other North American tree species, and many others.
Industrie Ergie is a plant with an area of 25 000 square feet that has three double bladed guillotines and three cross-feed splicers made by Fisher Rückle with a manufacturing capacity of 1 800 000 square feet a month per month.
Industrie Ergie is a leader in hardwood veneer splicing, particularly noteworthy for its high quality products and knowledgeable staff, with over 10 years’ experience in the field.
Founded by Mr. Raymond Lafleur, Industrie Ergie made a modest debut in 1986. The company is located in Victoriaville, Canada, and specializes in the manufacture of high quality veneers for the hardwood plywood industry.
In July 2000, Michel Fournier joined the company as managing director and shareholder. He became the sole shareholder in 2007. Since then he has been working to grow the business by adding new species as well as through diversification by offering product distribution and custom splicing.
Specialist staff and experienced management have given the company an advantageous reputation on the market, and the group is now one of the top players in the North American plywood industry. Industrie Ergie stands out for its high quality standards, attention to detail and first class customer service.
Today, the company counts twenty employees and provides a quality product that meets the most demanding of requirements. Whether for custom-made products or large productions, Industrie Ergie meets the needs of its customers. We are also very proud to have FSC® (FSC-C123730) certification and offer FSC® Veneerstyle and Wrightline products.
In 2016, Industrie Ergie turns 30. An ever increasing retail offering and a desire to serve its customers will enable Industrie Ergie to continue to prosper in the coming years.