Beaulieu Flooring Solutions, a division of the Beaulieu International Group (B.I.G.), said after strong sales in 2020, the company plans to announce new products and investments through 2021 as part of its strategy to enhance production capabilities to offer more sustainable resilient and hard flooring solutions.

"I’m proud to say our employees have helped us react and adapt very positively and with agility to the industry’s current raw material and supply challenges to minimize production impacts for existing and new customers," said Wim Coppens, vice president, Beaulieu Flooring Solutions. "Around the world, lifestyles have changed, and expectations and demands, too, as a result. All eyes now are on the future and delivering inspiring, creative solutions that answer the key trends impacting each of our individual segments.”

Over the past five years, B.I.G. has invested in expanding manufacturing capacity in key regions, including a state-of-the-art vinyl plank plant in Wielsbeke, Belgium, a second vinyl roll production line in Kameshkovo, Russia, and an additional digital printing line in Žalec, Slovenia. The company also operates a vinyl roll and planks plant in White, Georgia, and a carpet plant in Acton Vale, Canada.

The company, based in Wielsbeke, Belgium, said a focus on advanced digital printing in the hard and resilient flooring segment is opening up design possibilities that let it respond quickly and flexibly to consumer trends and lifestyle priorities. Research and development in the area of functional and sustainable flooring options has increased. The company also said it is committed to keeping flooring away from landfill, such as with Rewind, a 100% polyolefin, latex-free and fully recyclable, carpet. 

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