Pulpwood from deciduous trees has less resinous fiber and highly durable and flexible structure. To hardwood relate: oak, beech, hornbeam, ash, walnut, Basswood, birch, maple, Aspen, poplar, alder, Apple, pear, cherry, Acacia and others. Many of these are business timber from which we produce various products. Basically the greatest place here takes the furniture production. A large number of hardwoods are soft materials and used for stationery items such as pencils and rulers. Breeds of the soft composition are used in the match industry and in the manufacture of souvenirs and toys. From moderately hard materials people produce, for example, plywood, skies.