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Poly-Wood Lumber Division Introduces Boxed Kits

Poly-Wood Lumber Division Introduces Boxed Kits of Sustainable Plastic Lumber For The Do-It-Yourself Market Syracuse, Ind., May 17, 2012 — POLY-WOOD, Inc. Lumber Division, a leading provider of recycled plastic lumber, announces the introduction of a line of conveniently packaged kits of its outdoor durable plastic lumber to be marketed to the Do-It-Yourself category.

Available for residential or commercial projects, the POLY-WOOD kits are being made available in multiple board size and color options. All kits are packaged meeting parcel post shipping requirements. “We have found that the sustainability features of POLY-WOOD lumber are a fit for DIY buyers,” said Tim Pletcher, sales, POLY-WOOD Lumber Division. “With the introduction of our kits, we are able to respond to this buying group with a product that includes our high quality, environmentally-friendly wood in a convenient packaged manner.” To be marketed for prototypes or small project uses, the POLY-WOOD lumber features heavy duty durable grade High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and dimensional consistency that meets the requirements for numerous industries and applications including marine installations. The POLY-WOOD lumber kit introductions are being made available in two bundled sizes including (4) – six foot boards or (7) – four foot boards. Color options for the HDPE boards within the kits are teak or white.

For more information about POLYWOODTM and its plastic lumber, visit

ABOUT POLY-WOOD, Inc. Since 1990, Poly-Wood, Inc. has been the leader in developing high-performance, eco-friendly casual outdoor furniture with plastic lumber. Today, Poly-Wood occupies over 200,000 square feet of manufacturing space. Its plastic lumber extrusion process is modern and efficient – utilizing 3D design, CNC fabrication and lean manufacturing techniques. Poly-Wood now offers thousands of SKUs and ships a majority of its furniture next day. For more information, visit

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