Tulsa, Okla.—Orchid Ceramics announced after nine years of bringing designers and consumers innovative and creative porcelain and ceramic tile for floors, countertops and walls, the company will be closing its current U.S. operations. With a tentative closure date around July 31, Orchid Ceramics, based here, will halt commercialization of its products in the United States. Continue reading Orchid closes U.S. operations
Much of the U.S. may still be struggling to escape winter temperatures but the calendar says it’s officially spring. A time of rebirth and hope, not just in nature, spring is when consumers air out their homes and take a look at how to get the glum out of the house. One historical way has been to redecorate, with new floors and furniture and a fresh coat of paint. Spring traditionally marks one of the industry’s busiest selling times. Continue reading Spring introductions: New products, innovations blossoming
TULSA, OKLA.—Orchid Ceramics has opened a 150,000-square-foot distribution center in Sunrise, Fla. The facility will be distributing the company’s porcelain lines and selected ceramic products throughout the Southeast.
The building is capable of holding 500,000 square feet of tile on a monthly basis. It houses several truck docks and is even equipped for customers to pick up their tile given they have a common carrier or company truck and pickup numbers. Continue reading Orchid opens new distribution center