International Veneer Company, Inc. began in 1979 in Coldwater, Michigan. The three principals, O.C. (Bo) Edwards, Sergio Colombo, and Lutz Neukirchner, built this veneer mill with a strategy of producing fine hardwood veneers for the European market. The mill was originally established as a custom cutting mill. Later, it used its own log procurement staff to buy high quality veneer logs, have them cut into veneer, and ship the veneer intact to Europe. Predominant species included white oak, red oak, maple, cherry, walnut, and ash.

In order for the company to meet the ever increasing demand for its product, a modern sister plant was built in South Hill, Virginia during 1988. Since this time, the company has evolved into a vertically integrated producer of the finest hardwood veneers in the world. IVC sold its Michigan operation in 1992, and the company's headquarters moved to South Hill. In 1994 IVC acquired three German companies to serve as their marketers in Europe.

In 1996, IVC built a new sister plant, International Timber and Veneer, L.C. (ITV), in western (Mercer) Pennsylvania. In 2013, IVC consolidated all of its production to ITV. Grading and selling remains in South Hill. The company is committed to providing the finest North American hardwood veneer in the world.
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