MOUNTVILLE, PA – AHF Merchandise, a producer of exhausting floor flooring in North America, has bought belongings of Crossville, Inc. from the Curran Group, a household owned, privately held firm. This acquisition strikes AHF into a number one place within the tile sector, with a complete line of porcelain, ceramic, stone and equipment for each residential and industrial purposes in inside and exterior flooring, partitions and counter tops, notes the agency.
With 15 manufacturers and dozens of product collections spanning hardwood, vinyl, laminate and now tile, AHF has added to its secure of product choices within the exhausting floor class. AHF President & CEO Brian Carson mentioned he was drawn to Crossville for a lot of causes — specifically, sturdy buyer relationships; the U.S. manufacturing and product design energy, and, importantly, the corporate’s profitable tradition. For Carson, buying Crossville provides a significant piece to AHF’s strategic platform.
“Crossville is among the most extremely regarded manufacturers in industrial and residential tile merchandise, with widespread distribution, premium merchandise and a blue-chip buyer base,” mentioned Carson. “Including a well known and trusted model like Crossville is a terrific complement to our legacy manufacturers, which embrace Bruce and Armstrong Flooring.”
“We knew that AHF Merchandise was the right match, and the perfect path ahead for our staff and prospects. We seemed for traits that aligned with our tradition and core values. AHF and Crossville share a dedication to upholding the excessive requirements and valued companies which have formed each of our companies all through the years,” mentioned Greg Mather, president & CEO, Crossville. “That is really a win-win end result for everybody concerned.”
Established in 1986 as America’s first large-format porcelain tile producer, Crossville, situated in Tennessee, is a number one American producer of sustainable porcelain supplies. From producing the nation’s first large-format porcelain tiles, to turning into the primary and solely internet shopper of tile waste supplies, to creating cutting-edge efficiency improvements in surfacing options, Crossville has been on the forefront of innovation within the tile trade, the corporate provides.
“The addition of the Crossville vegetation and 28 company-owned Studios will strengthen our home footprint and develop our U.S. capabilities,” mentioned Carson.
AHF Merchandise and the Crossville crew will put money into the Crossville model to develop its product providing and attain. Carson added, “Collectively, we might be a stronger, extra succesful group with the flexibility to serve all our prospects extra successfully.”
With 5 acquisitions in lower than 5 years, AHF has considerably elevated its product and repair choices for each the residential and industrial markets, and is investing in state-of-the-art manufacturing services. Headquartered in Mountville, Pennsylvania, with the acquisition of the Crossville belongings, AHF now operates 13 services – 12 within the U.S. and one in Cambodia – and has grown to over 3,000 staff.
AHF beforehand acquired LM Flooring in 2019, adopted by the Parterre and American OEM manufacturers in 2021 after which Armstrong Flooring in 2022.