Our plants


The Ste-Therese plant is located adjacent to our corporate headquarters, just north of Montreal, Quebec (Canada).

Founded in 1940, this plant was the first of the group. Back then, the factory produced birch plywood for the Royal Air Force’s Mosquito bomber, during World War II.

Photo du bombardier britannique 'Mosquito'

Today, Husky Plywood – Ste-Therese, manufactures up to 20 000 hardwood plywood panels per week. Based on a solid experience and focusing on quality, we offer a wide range of decorative hardwood veneer and numerous options of cores that can be laminated to your specifications.


Acquired in 2000, our New York state facility is ideally located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains.

This mill was previously dedicated to produce sheathing plywood. Major investments have been made to modernize the mill, we now manufacture Industrial Sanded Plywood and Veneer Core Hardwood Plywood.

Husky Plywood – Whitehall, peels more than 7 500 logs per week. The mill is producing up to 15 000 panels per week, for industrial and decorative use.

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