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Armstrong Flooring enacts price increases

Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring will initiate a 5%-7% price increase on solid hardwood products in the United States and Canada in May 2018.

“Over the past several months, we have experienced significant increases in raw material costs, with lumber inflation across wood species and grades, coupled with energy, transportation and operating cost inflation,” said Brent Flaharty, senior vice president North America sales. “We expect this cost pressure to continue throughout 2018.”

Flaharty added, “Rising natural gas and electricity prices are increasing our manufacturing facility operating costs, and fuel and transportation rates are rising impacting our delivered cost. In spite of every effort, we can no longer fully absorb the extent of these increases.”

Learn more at www.armstrongflooring.com.

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Armstrong Flooring to increase commercial flooring prices

Armstrong Logo 2016Lancaster, Pa—Armstrong Flooring will initiate a 3% to 6% price increase for several commercial product lines, including commercial vinyl sheet, commercial tile and linoleum, effective Oct. 2.

“We continue to experience significant increases in raw materials, energy, transportation and operating costs,” said Brent Flaharty, SVP N.A. sales. “Key raw materials, such as PVC, plasticizer, limestone, TiO2 and packaging have not only increased, but we also expect continuing upward cost pressure through the remainder of 2017.”

Flaharty continued, “Rising natural gas and electricity prices are increasing our manufacturing facility operating costs. Fuel and transportation rates are rising both domestically and abroad, impacting our delivered cost. In spite of every effort, we can no longer fully absorb the extent of these increases. We continue to focus on delivering quality, innovation and service for our valued customers and we appreciate our customers’ continued loyalty, partnership and business.”

This price increase will apply to orders shipping on or after Oct. 2.

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Milliken to increase prices for commercial carpet

Screen Shot 2017-06-23 at 10.25.11 AMSpartanburg, SC—Milliken will initiate a 4% to 6% price increase for its commercial soft surface flooring to take effect August 7.

The initiative includes its North American portfolio of commercial broadloom and modular carpet collections to respond to the rising costs of raw materials.

Milliken’s resilient luxury vinyl tile (LVT) offerings will not be affected by the price increase.

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Mannington Mills to increase resilient prices

manningtonSalem, N.J.—To combat the rising costs of raw materials, transportation and manufacturing, Mannington is implementing a price increase. Effective with shipments on May 22, 2017, select residential vinyl sheet products will be affected by a 3% to 6% price increase. The increase will apply to all shipments in the U.S. and Canada.

“Continued increases in raw material prices are an unfortunate reality in today’s marketplace,” said Jimmy Tuley, vice president of residential resilient, Mannington. “We continue to focus on maximizing efficiencies and reducing cost, however at some point an increase has to be passed through.”

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Forbo Flooring Systems implements price increase

ForboHazleton, Pa.—Forbo Flooring Systems is implementing a 3% price increase on all commercial and residential flooring and sundry products, effective May 1, 2017. Pricing on Forbo’s newly introduced Marmoleum Click CinchLOC product will not be affected by the increase. The decision to increase pricing comes after a significant increase in raw material, energy and transportation costs.

Forbo Flooring Systems is a global market leader in commercial floor covering solutions. Marmoleum, its flagship brand, owns a global linoleum market share of over 60%, while Flotex dominates the rapidly growing flocked flooring market with over 90% global market share. In addition to linoleum-based products, Forbo develops, manufactures and markets a diversity of high quality vinyl and textile floor coverings and Coral & Nuway entrance system solutions. Forbo also offers a full range of professional service products.

 

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Mannington to raise prices on selected engineered wood products

logo_manningtonSalem, N.J.—Mannington Mills Inc. announced that it would be implementing a price increase of up to 5% to 7% on selected engineered wood flooring products effective with shipments on July 1, 2016.

Continued increases in raw materials, transportation and labor costs have made this increase necessary, according to the company.

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Armstrong announces price increase in Canada

Armstrong World Industries logoLancaster, Pa.–Armstrong announced that it would initiate a price increase for select residential sheet, residential tile, laminate, hardwood, installation and maintenance, and sample products sold in Canada. The increase takes effect with shipments on April 1, 2016.

The company said it is necessary to adjust prices due to the sustained level of the current exchange rate.

All orders shipped on or after April 1, 2016 will be impacted by this price increase.

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Mannington to raise prices on VCT

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.48.34 AMSalem, N.J. — Mannington Mills Inc. announced it would be implementing a price increase of 4% on all of its Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT) products effective with shipments on Jan. 5, 2015.

The company cites substantial increases in raw material, energy and other costs as the reasons that necessitate this increase.

“Despite rising costs, the commercial market is performing well and we are optimistic that will continue,” said Jack Ganley, president, commercial business, at Mannington Mills. “We continue to look for ways to deliver innovative style, choices that work, and exceptional value to our customers.”

The increase will affect both the U.S. and Canada.

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Mannington Commercial raising sheet prices

mannington-commercial-raise-sheet-prices-fullSalem, N.J.—Mannington Mills will raise prices 4% on all Mannington Commercial resilient sheet products and adhesives in the U.S. and Canada, effective April 28.

The company said the increase is necessary due to significant increases in energy, transportation and material costs.

“Mannington Commercial resilient sheet is a well established category for us and we remain optimistic about the growth opportunities in this vital segment, despite recent and continued rising costs” said president Jack Ganley.