Engineered Floors merges with J&J Industries

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Dalton—Engineered Floors has merged with J&J Industries. The closing is expected to finalize on or before Feb. 29, pending regulatory and shareholder approvals.

“J&J Industries has, for over 60 years, demonstrated strong support for Northwest Georgia, while producing commercial carpets of outstanding quality,” said Robert Shaw, chairman of Engineered Floors. “They are a perfect fit to complement our residential focused manufacturing business and, as such, we plan for J&J to operate as a separate, commercial division of our company.”

Engineered Floors and J&J are both family-owned businesses with similar values of commitment to their employees, their customers and their communities. “These common values and business practices will facilitate the combination of our two excellent companies,” said Jim Jolly, chairman of J&J. “We are excited to join Engineered Floors and provide the commercial expertise and production to their rapidly growing residential business.”

 

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