Armstrong Flooring announces price increases on solid, engineered wood

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Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring announced that it will initiate a 5%-7% price increase for engineered flooring and a 3%-5% price increase for solid flooring in the U.S. and Canada effective with shipments on June 13, 2016.

“We’ve made significant recent investments in our U.S. hardwood flooring manufacturing plants to provide the excellent quality, service and innovative products you expect from Armstrong Flooring,” said Brian Jones, vice president of wood product management. “These investments, combined with extensive continuous improvement initiatives, have enabled us to increase capacity and improve capabilities while maintaining a competitive position in the market. Despite our best efforts to manage costs, a price increase is required due to raw material increases and the current business environment. We understand how difficult it is to pass along a price increase to your customers. We continue to focus on delivering quality, innovation and service for our valued customers.”

All orders shipped on or after June 13, 2016, will be impacted by this price increase.

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