Armstrong announces price increase

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LANCASTER, PA.—Armstrong announced it will initiate a 6% to 8% price increase in the United States and Canada on vinyl composition tile, commercial and residential luxury vinyl tile and residential sheet and tile, as well as an 8% to 10% increase on wall base and installation, maintenance, and accessories (IMA) beginning with shipments on June 27.

“Our industry continues to experience rising raw materials, energy and logistics costs,” said Kevin Biedermann, senior vice president, Armstrong Floor Products, North America Residential. “We anticipate this higher cost structure to remain in place throughout 2011 and beyond.”

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