Forbo Flooring Systems increases prices

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Hazleton, Pa.—Forbo Flooring Systems will be implementing a 1.2% freight and delivery charge on all U.S. and Canada material orders, effective July 1, 2018. For the past three years, Forbo has absorbed shipping charges as an added benefit to their customers; however, continued rising energy and transportation costs have reached a point where a freight and delivery charge is necessary. Specific price-sensitive LVT and adhesive products will also be increased.

Forbo Flooring Systems is the global market leader in commercial floor covering solutions. Marmoleum, their flagship brand, owns a global linoleum market share of over 60%, while Flotex dominates the rapidly growing flocked flooring market with over 90% global market share.

In addition to linoleum-based products, Forbo develops, manufactures and markets a diversity of high-quality vinyl and textile floor coverings and Coral & Nuway entrance system solutions. Forbo also offers a full range of professional service products. All Forbo products combine high levels of functionality and durability. Forbo Flooring Systems is committed to environmentally responsible production, sustainable practices throughout its global operations and to far-reaching customer service.

For more information, visit: forboflooringNA.com.

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