Established in the 1930s on the Iberian Peninsula, Finsa brought Spanish productivity and industrial know-how into the manufactured board market. Founded by a motivated Spaniard named Manuel García Cambón, Finsa utilised its position as a sawmill to invest in independent arborists in the region to ensure a steady stream of wood material.
Forty years later, Finsa opened its first international branch office in the UK, and by 1980, Finsa became one of three European companies to manufacture MDF. Finsa currently has 11 factories in Spain, Portugal and France, branch offices in 17 countries, and a presence in over 90 countries. Finsa's objective of continuous collective improvement has been essential to its success. Finsa is considered a resilient, innovative and creative company serving the furniture, construction, industrial and design markets.
Focusing on the furniture industry, Finsa has entered the premium decor market using its high-quality MDF at the core of its products. Finsa manufactures oak veneers that noticeably stand out from the crowd and some visually striking coloured MDF boards that can only be described as "high-concept". Read on to see what we mean.