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Hackberry (Celtis Occidentalis) is a medium size tree that originated in North America. Hackberry wood has little difference between sapwood and heartwood which is yellowish grey to light brown. Hackberry wood has an irregular grain that can sometimes be straight or interlocking, and has a fine uniform texture. Other characteristics of Hackberry lumber includes heavyness in weight, moderately hard, strength and high shock resistance.
Some common uses for Hackberry lumber include cabinet making, furniture, millwork and molding.
Cook Lumber Company has the capabilities to provide small to medium quantities of Hackberry lumber to companies worldwide while complying with all national and international lumber laws.