ReSource Commercial Flooring Network changes name to Fuse

April 10, 2012 | Comments Off on ReSource Commercial Flooring Network changes name to Fuse

Aims to ‘ignite’ business moving forward Stone Mountain, Ga.—What’s in a name? Well, if you were to ask members of the ReSource Commercial Flooring Network (RCFN), their answer would probably be, “a lot.” That’s how it seemed as members responded with applause to the announcement at the group’s Network Exchange 2012 convention here that ReSource will now be known as the Fuse Commercial Flooring Alliance. (more…)

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New commercial carpet collection with DuPont Sorona featured at Greenbuild 2011

September 29, 2011 | Comments Off on New commercial carpet collection with DuPont Sorona featured at Greenbuild 2011

TORONTO— DuPont Sorona renewably sourced polymer is the fiber of choice for the new “What Moves You” commercial carpet collection from The Mohawk Group. The new Lees styles will be featured at the DuPont Sorona booth, no. 1135N, at Greenbuild, the ‘green’ design and construction exposition and conference sponsored by the U. S. Green Building Council from Oct. 4 to 7 here. (more…)

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Commercial resilient category grows with economy

June 7, 2011 | Comments Off on Commercial resilient category grows with economy

Despite a sluggish recovery, particularly in the commercial sector, the resilient category is one area performing quite well. A value proposition paired with easy maintenance and installation makes resilient flooring a natural choice for commercial locations. (more…)

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Commercial carpet riding the wave of recovery

June 7, 2011 | Comments Off on Commercial carpet riding the wave of recovery

In most economic downturns the commercial sector will lag the residential market by three to six months both going in and coming out. By now, most people know the current economic condition is unlike anything anyone has seen. The result is the commercial sector, at least when it comes to carpet, has not followed the normal pattern and is enjoying a steadying improvement in sales, especially when it comes to modular products. From mill executives...

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Future looks bright for commercial hardwood sales

June 7, 2011 | Comments Off on Future looks bright for commercial hardwood sales

Within the commercial market, wood flooring represents about 5% of the total sector and about 9% of hard surface sales. Unofficially, executives say because many of the jobs are sold and installed through residential channels business has not been so bad through the first five months of the year and the prospects for the remainder of 2011 are relatively positive. (more…)

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Mannington raises resilient product prices across Residential and Commercial

January 17, 2011 | Comments Off on Mannington raises resilient product prices across Residential and Commercial

Salem, N.J.—Mannington announced a 4% to 6% price increase on select commercial and residential vinyl products, effective with shipments on February 14, 2011. (more…)

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Park joins Mohawk Commercial as senior vice president, general manager

September 22, 2010 | Comments Off on Park joins Mohawk Commercial as senior vice president, general manager

Dalton—Bentley Park has joined Mohawk Commercial as its senior vice president and general manager where he will lead the sales divisions through product management, product development, marketing and operations teams. “Bentley Park brings great ideas and fresh thinking to Mohawk,” said Tom Lape, president, Mohawk Industries. “We’re looking forward to his contributions in making our Commercial division the go-to resource for designer, specifiers and property owners.” (more…)

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Commercial market: State of the industry, indicators point to activity in many segments

July 19, 2010 | Comments Off on Commercial market: State of the industry, indicators point to activity in many segments

Chicago—In the aftermath of increases in attendance and optimism at NeoCon 2010, all indicators point to a commercial market poised for a gradual rebound after a challenging 12 to 18 months. So said the many flooring exhibitors that took part in the show. (more…)

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