Even today the Binder family still support the brand name of binderholz. A passion for wood and commitment to the business are the foundation of Binder's philosophy. What began sixty years ago, initially in the timber trade, has now evolved beyond the saw mill to encompass a much more comprehensive wood processing operation. New standards are continuously being implemented in the domain of engineering, product innovation and architectural design. Meanwhile the third generation of the Binder family retains overall management of the company and furthermore maintains their predecessors’ original inspiration for the product. A passion for wood and an entrepreneurial commitment is the ethos of the binderholz Company. Thereby is ensured that the name of binderholz shall forever remain what it symbolizes today: that is the byword for the highest quality wood. Franz Binder senior turned his passion for wood into a profession during the 1950s. This passion is already being experienced by the third generation of the Binder family in the vision, innovation and enormous commitment of all its staff.
binderholz produces sophisticated solutions made from solid wood across 14 sites. Responsible handling with the wonderful raw material and the environment guarantee high quality solid wood products and wood fuel composites. The solid wood product range extends from sawn timber, profiled timber, single and multi-layer glued solid wood panels, glued laminated timber to binderholz CLT BBS cross laminated timber. The residual wood from production is processed into biofuels, green electricity, multipurpose boards, pressboard blocks and pressboard pallets.
Apart from the headquarters in Fügen in Tyrol binderholz has thirteen further sites. Around 3,000 employees share their passion for wood at five sites in Austria - Fügen, Jenbach, St. Georgen, Hallein and Unternberg - fives sites in Germany - Kösching, Burgbernheim, Oberrot, Baruth and Wolfegg - two sites in Finland - Lieksa und Nurmes - and two US locations - Live Oak, Florida and Enfield, North Carolina.
Franz Binder senior turned his passion for wood into a profession during the 1950s. Still only a small sawmill operation 50 years ago, binderholz today presents itself as a leading European company, equipped with advanced technologies and production methods, with a corresponding reputation on the timber material market.