Norwalk, Conn.–Metroflor Corp. announced that its new Engage Genesis collection and Konecto brand both garnered Gold in 2016’s Awards for Design Excellence (ADEX). Metroflor’s Aspecta Ten was also recognized with a Platinum award.
“Having our two brand portfolios recognized for excellence by ADEX is an important third-party declaration from a discerning audience of how design meets functionality in our Metroflor products,” said Russ Rogg, Metroflor president and CEO.
John Platter, CEO and executive director of ADEX, said, “The judges were very impressed with the broad commercial applications that Metroflor provides. The new Engage Genesis, and revamped Konecto brand with the wider plank size, demonstrate great promise in the marketplace.”
Norwalk, Conn. — Metroflor Corp.’s Konecto line has been refreshed with new colorations and styles for its Konecto brand.
“Keeping our portfolio of brands contemporary on the design front is a priority for Metroflor,” said Russ Rogg, Metroflor president and CEO. “For Konecto, we’ve expanded the offering with modern, on trend colorations that have received positive feedback from distributors. We’re confident they will resonate with dealers and consumers, too.”
New colorations for Konecto’s Prestige, Project and Sierra Plank Collections include:
Konecto Prestige Plank:
5 new classic colors influenced by the prevailing design direction towards gray tones: Canvas, Maple, Clay, Taupe and Ozone
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Herregan Distributorswon big with the President’s Award, given to the distributor that demonstrates the most comprehensive and unparalleled support of Metroflor, its brands and its products. In awarding the company with the first-ever Engage Distributor of the Year, Metroflor recognized Herregan for its outstanding sales achievement for the 2012 debut of Engage LVT flooring. Continue reading Metroflor presents performance awards at Surfaces
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NORWALK, CONN.—Metroflor Corporation named the Cronin Company as its new distributor in servicing the Pacific Northwest, and has expanded the territory of one of its existing distributors, Tri-West Ltd.
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But when it comes to home decorating items like flooring, where a person lives in the U.S. plays a major role not only on the types of products bought but the particular styles used to spruce up the home. For example, houses in the Northeast are often decorated in more traditional looks while those in the Southwest incorporate more of the region’s Native American heritage in their decors. Continue reading Industry's top selling products vary by region