Aspecta accepted into the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association

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Norwalk, Conn.–Aspecta has been accepted into the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association (MMFA), in recognition of the brand’s achievements, caliber of its products and team, and commitment to industry standards.

The MMFA seeks to ensure that members deliver to the very highest levels in terms of safety, quality and sustainability. The organization actively participates in standards committees and has a strong focus on technical insight and market research. Making substantiated contributions to ongoing ISO and CEN work internationally is another priority.

Matthias Windmöller, MMFA president, said, “It is an exciting time for our sector with many operators seeing significant growth and the arrival of more improvements into the industry. We are especially pleased to welcome Aspecta as this momentum continues, as we have been very impressed with what they have produced already, their professionalism and passion for innovation.”

Harlan Stone, Aspecta Global CEO, said: “We were truly delighted to be accepted into the MMFA and will now be sure to make the most of this opportunity: not only in Europe, but also by looking to found and launch a North American group.”

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