At JINLUN, we are a part of a community. We can't cut corners or produce poor work because not only will we suffer, but so will our community. We are committed to developing sustainable business practices within our company and our industry so that better products appear on the market and our environment is well-respected and cared for.
1. Enterprise JINLUN began because our founder, Li Yuming saw a need for better plywood machinery. His first invention reduced the chance of logs being split or damaged during the peeling process, which led to our veneer peeling and cutting machines to be one of our most popular products. In the last 15 years, we have obtained more than ten patents for our machinery. Our research and development team stay up-to-date with new technology and frequently redesign our products to have more efficient and user-friendly features. It is not just our products we develop sustainable practices for. We also look for innovative and better ways to manage, care for our employees with good wages and benefits, and care for our environment by reducing waste in our industry.
2. Environment One of our greatest natural resources is that of our forests. As a basic building material, wood makes beautifully crafted furniture, flooring, and housing, an echo of the outdoors within our homes, and is extremely sturdy, which is often why choose it in the first place.
We at JINLUN want to make sure that while we use what nature has gifted us, we aren't wasting it. Our plywood machinery is designed to create as little waste as possible for the woodworking companies who purchase them. With innovative designs and national patents, our plywood machinery won't warp or damage logs while processing them so that each piece of wood is ready to be crafted into a new product. Consistent sizes means there are less pieces to discard at the end of the day. We hope that by supplying efficient machines, we are influencing the woodworking industry so that artists and craftsman can continue to build beautiful objects and doing our part to responsibly care for the earth./p>