Solon, Ohio -- Tarkett is investing $60 million over a three-year period to increase production capacity at two Tarkett flooring manufacturing facilities based in Florence, Ala. This expansion addresses significant demand growth for Tarkett’s luxury vinyl modular flooring. Additionally, Tarkett will build a new distribution center in Florence. These operations are expected to create an additional 50 jobs.
“These investments will strongly optimize our equipment, increase our local luxury vinyl tile [LVT] production capacity, improve our supply chain efficiency, and enhance our customer service,” said Jeff Fenwick, president, resilient, Tarkett North America. “This is a strong signal of Tarkett’s commitment to long-term growth and sustainability in North America.”
Tarkett’s investment demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to efficient, sustainable manufacturing. Continuous upgrades at the Florence manufacturing sites have strengthened sustainability efforts by significantly reducing both energy used and waste generated during production.
Florence, Ala., is home to two Tarkett LVT manufacturing facilities, where the company crafts flooring for its Tandus Centiva, Johnsonite, and Tarkett commercial and residential brands, including Tandus Centiva Venue, Tandus Centiva Contour, Tandus Centiva Victory, Johnsonite I.D. Freedom, Tarkett digitally printed LVT, and Tarkett PermaStone residential collection.
To learn more, visit tarkettna.com.