Garnica has its origins in a family sawmill that emerged in 1941 in Baños de Río Tobía (La Rioja, Spain). In 1973 the company founded “Maderas Garnica” and opened a factory in this town for the production of plywood.
Garnica has one head office building and six production sites (five in Spain and one in France).
Garnica has a unique, practical and profitable production model based on sustainability.
Timber, the main raw material used by Garnica, plays an essential role in the circular economy because it is renewable, recyclable, reusable and biodegradable.Timber, the main raw material used by Garnica, plays an essential role in the circular economy because it is renewable, recyclable, reusable and biodegradable.
Garnica products are grouped into different families based on the main benefit of each type of panel, so that it meet each specific market needs, such as: Sustanibility, Lightness, innovation and elegance.