Ecore introduces heritage cork brand to ECF product offering

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Lancaster, Pa.—Ecore, a company that transforms reclaimed waste into unique performance surfaces, is proud to introduce Dodge Cork to the Ecore Commercial Flooring (ECF) brand. The Dodge Cork product collection includes The Original Collection and The Luxe Collection.

“Ecore has been producing cork products since the company’s inception as Dodge Cork in 1871,” said Arthur Dodge III, president and CEO of Ecore International. “In the 1970s, Ecore began selling its cork flooring and underlayments through Gerbert Limited, a floor covering distributor. In an effort to round out the ECF product line and as a tribute to our heritage, we decided to introduce Dodge Cork this year.”

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