The EGGER Group, with its head office in St. Johann in Tirol, is one of the leading international wood-based materials manufacturers. Founded in 1961, the family-based company now has 20 production plants with approx. 10,100 worldwide employees. Global customers include those in the furniture industry, wood distribution, building markets and the DIY business. The group generated a consolidated turnover of around EUR 2.83 billion in the 2019/2020 business year.

With its two chipboard manufacturing sites located at Hexham and Auchinleck, EGGER in the UK annual produces enough wood-based products to fill 27,500 lorry trailers. These products are supplied to businesses across the UK, who operate in the furniture, interior design and building markets.

Egger’s Environmental Cycle


“Wood is far too
valuable to just
throw it away!”
Fritz Egger Senior (1922–1982)

Egger stand for the responsible use of the raw material wood. Like in nature, they also organise their processes in cycles that conserve resources. Their focus is on their closed material cycle.

For Egger, wood is a working material and a valuable resource. They manufacture a wide range of products for furniture and interior design from nature’s renewable resources. They act sustainably, conserve resources and protect the climate, thereby contributing to sustainable development and underlining their promise: More from wood.