Investwood, SA is a Portuguese company that manages the production and sales of wood fibre boards and cement-wood boards.
The wood fibre boards production is made in two plants, IFM, SA and Valbopan, SA, SA located in Portugal, Tomar and Famalicão da Nazaré respectively. The cement-wood boards are produced in Viroc, SA, also located in Portugal, Setúbal.
Valbopan, SA produces wood fibre boards, MDF Valbopan® and Valchromat®, using pine wood in its production.
It was established in August 1988 and it is one of the smallest MDF producing units in Europe.
IFM, SA produces wood fibre boards, hardboards, internationally renowned as Valbonite® and in Portugal as Platex®. The first production of Tomar’s plant was in 1961.
Eucalyptus wood, from sustained forests, is used by IFM as raw material.
Viroc, SA produces cement-wood boards, Viroc®, a composite material, composed by a compressed and dry mixture of pine wood particles and Portland cement.
The plant was created in 1979 in France and established in 1992 in Portugal.