T&L Distributing opens new branch facility

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Houston—T&L Distributing LLP has opened a full-service branch facility in North Little Rock, Ark., providing local delivery service for the state of Arkansas. This opening is in part due to T&L Distributing’s new relationship with Tarkett US.

T&L will represent Tarkett’s commercial and residential products including Johnsonite and Azrock, which will have local stock to service the business immediately. T&L will also represent Raskin Gorilla Floors LVT and Acrylix products, IVC sheet and LVT, Hemisphere and Heritage Hardwoods, and Hill Country Innovations Wood, LVT, Rigid Core and Ceramic in Arkansas.

T&L’s Pro Supply Store at the branch location stocks a full complement of tools and sundry products for the installation of all products including T&L’s newest manufacturer, Ardex and Henry’s adhesives.

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