Upon arrival of logs intended for veneer, we classify the veneer logs at the very beginning and depending on the veneer we wish to obtain. We have peeled and sliced veneers. This is followed by hydro-technical preparation of veneer logs because we can obtain good-quality veneer if we increase the moisture content of veneer logs. We have the entire plant for veneer production by slicing and peeling. With slicing we get so-called precious veneers that are mainly made of oak, beech, maple, ash and other precious deciduous trees. Veneer is broadly used in wood and furniture industries and its primary use, just like its name suggests, is for laminating wood, chipboard and other elements for production of laminated furniture elements just like for laminating the furniture itself.