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Hi Nigel.  Thank you.  I have been using that company on and off for about 50 years. And I have never asked for plywood other than by the dimension.  Maybe it is time for a change , or  I should use another supplier ?  Or be more specific on my requirements.   And ask for   “ Baltic ofBirch Ply “? Best wishes. Kevin



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