Particleboard, MDF and melamine manufacturing facility.

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Borg’s Oberon facilities boast Australia’s newest and largest particleboard line and pine harvesting through Australian Panels and Plantation Pine Products.

Australian Panels
reDirect Recycling
Plantation Pine Products
Borg Fleet Management

Contact Details

Borg has in place the following avenues to register inquiries and complaints related to construction and operational activities

  • 24 Free Call Community Liason Line (1800 802 795)
  • Postal address for written complaints (Borg Panels, Private mail Bag 1, Oberon NSW 2787)
  • Email address for electronic complaints (
  • Oberon panels site contact information (02) 6339 6111


The Australian Panels’ Oberon site has various recycling efforts in place, reducing carbon emissions and diverting waste from landfill. Significantly, Australian Panels have been investing in solar power since 2018. Over the last 2 years the company has installed over 53,000 solar panels across its network of facilities, thereby becoming more energy efficient and avoiding 10,500 tonnes of Co2 emissions per year. The Oberon site alone has 27,000 solar panels and is the largest rooftop solar system in Australia to date, capable of generating 10 megawatts of energy.

The collection of dust, bark and waste biomass produces fuel to power manufacturing plants, whilst MDF board offcuts are repurposed into pallets and bearers to generate packaging from waste materials.

Borg is committed to continually improving our performance in the environmental impact of our products by promoting vertical integration and an industrial ecosystem, whilst being socially responsible and supporting safe workplaces.

About Us

Borg’s Oberon facilities span across multiple locations within the community, including Australian Panels, Plantation Pine Products, and Crossmuller. These companies integrate effectively to deliver superior services from forestry management to raw board products.

Australian Panels is Australia’s leading manufacturer of board products for all joinery and structural flooring applications. The business has grown over the years on the back of significant capital investments in automated technologies and a commitment to product innovation and development. This commitment has seen the company rise to the top as best demonstrated by the world class technologies in place in its major manufacturing facilities. These facilities are supported by numerous Crossmuller divisions to enhance state-of-the-art technology, specially curated for the Borg group of companies.

Raw board products are manufactured from sustainably grown pine, sourced through Plantation Pine Products. Plantation Pine Products offer full-service bespoke forestry management services. From leasing and buying land, purchasing of trees, logs and residues, transportation, plantation management and harvesting. Plantation Pine Products is highly aligned with sustainability and has adapted vertical integration through the association with Borg into every aspect of the business. Not only is this cost effective and allows for affordable products and services, vertical integration also benefits the environment. Ensuring the production of the highest quality product in the most cost-effective manufacturing processes is integral to Borg’s intent of delivering superior value to its customers.

Manufacturing and automation solutions to enhance the above processes are curated by Crossmuller, who specialise in the design and development of world-class manufacturing facilities. Automated technology ensures operations are homogenous, creating a cohesive flow between onsite businesses and supply.



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