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About Us

INVADO is a privately owned company established in 1990. We are a leading Polish manufacturer of doors, door frames and furniture finishing elements from wood and wood-derived materials.



Our product offering comprises a wide range of doors including veneer doors, wood-veneer doors, glass doors, technical and folding doors.


Over the last twenty years INVADO's business partners and clients from Poland and multiple export markets are appreciating our uncompromising commitment to high quality standards, innovative technology and our reliability.


INVADO doors are produced in the unique INVADO technology adapted from our extensive wrapping experience - doors are wrapped with decor foil without edge bandings which results in superior quality, aesthetics and durability of our products.


Today we are still constantly looking for new applications of INVADO technologies and are continuing our growth by constant investments in new projects.In the year 2004 we implemented the Quality Management System ISO 9001:2001. INVADO production also complies with EU ecological standards.In case of any questions or enquiries please do not hesitate to contact the INVADO team.



Protection of nature and respecting the rights of local communities is a leading element in the INVADO’s strategy of development. This is confirmed by the international Forest Stewardship Council® certificate, obtained by the Company in 2007. This distinction can only be obtained with these companies, organizations and institutions, which in their activities rationally use forest resources.

Ask for FSC® certified products in our range.

Support of Policy for the Associations of Organizations with FSC®
Certyfikat FSC® nr: NC-COC-015584 - version PL / version EN
INVADO Sp. with o.o. expressly declares that, at present and in the future, as long as it is connected with FSC®, will not have a direct or indirect participation in the following unacceptable activities:
a) Illegal logging and trade in illegal timber and other forest products;
b) Violation of human rights and customary rights in forestry operations;
c) Destruction of protected forest areas with high natural values ​​in forestry operations;
d) Significant conversion of forest land to plantations or non-forests;
e) The use of genetically modified organisms in forestry operations;

<<See Declaration>>