Interface to implement commercial price increase

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Atlanta—Interface is implementing a price increase of up to 10% across its commercial flooring portfolio (including carpet tile, LVT, nora rubber and adhesives), effective with all orders shipped on or after Jan. 3, 2022.

The company cited escalating global raw material, transportation, labor and energy costs that continue to challenge the global supply chain at historic levels for the increase. The temporary freight surcharges on LVT and rubber previously announced in August 2021 will remain in effect until the cost of global freight moderates.

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