Mercier in distribution partnership with Intermountain Wood Flooring

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American Walnut from Mercier

Montmagny, Quebec, Canada — Mercier Wood Flooring announced a partnership with Intermountain Wood Flooring for distribution in more than 15 states in the American west.

Wade Bondrowski, director of U.S. sales for Mercier, said the new partnership will serve consumers who are looking for top quality hardwood floors that are fashionable, eco-friendly, and long lasting.

Intermountain Wood Products, based in Salt Lake City, has 10 locations and offers a complete selection of wood products. 

Mercier operates facilities in Montmagny and Drummondville, in Quebec. The company has 230 employees.

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