Armstrong Flooring, Ohio Valley to part ways

Home Home Feature Armstrong Flooring, Ohio Valley to part ways

Armstrong FlooringLancaster, Pa.— Armstrong Flooring and Ohio Valley Flooring have decided to go their separate ways. Effective July 3, 2021, the distributor will no longer handle Armstrong Flooring products. The decision comes after mutual assessment of the companies’ go-to-market strategies.

“Ohio Valley Flooring has been a valued partner to Armstrong over the years,” said Brent Flaharty, senior vice president and chief customer experience officer, Armstrong Flooring. “We appreciate their support and service.”

Jud Hurt, president, Ohio Valley Flooring, said Armstrong Flooring has been a “valued supplier” to his company. “We value their role in our company’s development over the past 35 years. We are very excited about our future.”

Through July 3, Ohio Valley Flooring will continue to provide sales and product support for Armstrong Flooring customers. Armstrong Flooring will provide additional information regarding the ongoing service platform later this month.

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