Philadelphia Floor Store secures new location

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Conshohocken, Pa.—Philadelphia Floor Store (PFS) recently took ownership of a warehouse facility in King of Prussia, Pa. The 45,000-square-foot facility will serve as the company’s North American Headquarters. PFS had temporarily relocated its operations to Delaware County, Pa., following a May fire that destroyed its offices and warehouse.

The new facility is approximately two miles from PFS’ previous location in Conshohocken, Pa., and is double its size. “The additional space will allow us to enhance operational efficiencies, increase production capabilities and grow the business in accordance with our long-term goals and objectives,” said Mike Glavin, founder of PFS.

In addition to the pro shop, repair center and showroom (staples at the previous location), the King of Prussia site will offer several new features currently in development. PFS plans to move to the new location in early 2016.

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