Unilin announces hardwood price increase

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Dallas — “Unilin remains committed to delivering the finest service and highest quality products to our customers,” said Shane Calloway, vice president of North American independent distribution sales for Unilin.

“Unfortunately, sustained raw material cost increases in hardwood continue to outpace our productivity initiatives,” said Calloway. “As a result, Unilin will be increasing selling prices in the Columbia and Century hardwood lines up to 10% on solid and engineered hardwood flooring, and on accessories. These increases will be effective June 1, 2013.”

“Unilin continues to mitigate the impact of increased raw material costs in every way possible,” added Calloway.  “We remain focused on providing quality products, good service, and the strong price/value relationship that customers have come to expect from our Columbia and Century hardwood brands.”

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