Nydree Flooring expands into contract manufacturing

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FOREST, VA.—Nydree Flooring is now offering contract manufacturing services at its Karthaus, Pa., factory for pre-finished or unfinished non-impregnated engineered wood flooring.

“We have produced a world class engineered product since the mid 1960s and we now see an opportunity to expand on our unique manufacturing capabilities by producing a private labeled product for large dealers, distributors, or other manufacturers seeking an American made product,” said Jason Brubaker, vice president of sales and marketing. “We are nimble enough to produce a wide range of formats utilizing offset rotary or sawn wear layers with very short lead times.”

Nydree will continue to produce its hallmark acrylic impregnated product under the Nydree name utilizing its FloorScore certification and FSC certified raw materials.

For more information, visit nydreeflooring.com.

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