AHF, leading hard surface flooring manufacturer, says the acquisition catapults them into an industry-leading position
Crossville – AHF Products, a leading manufacturer of hard surface flooring in North America, has purchased assets of Crossville, Inc., from the Curran Group, according to a press release by the company.
The Curran Group is a local, family-owned and privately held company. The terms were not disclosed.
AHF says the acquisition catapults them into an industry-leading position in the fastest-growing tile sector with a “comprehensive line of porcelain, ceramic, stone and accessories for both residential and commercial applications in interior and exterior floors, walls and countertops.”
AHF President and CEO Brian Carson said he was drawn to Crossville for many reasons.
“Crossville is one of the most highly regarded brands in commercial and residential tile products, with widespread distribution, premium products and a blue chip customer base,” said Carson. “Adding a well-known and trusted brand like Crossville is a terrific complement to our legacy brands which include Bruce and Armstrong Flooring. Today, we are a more valuable supplier because we can package the high-touch service that our customers know us for with an even more diverse product offering.”
The deal was the perfect path for its customers, according to Crossville, Inc.
“We knew that AHF Products was the perfect fit and the best path forward for our employees and customers. We looked for characteristics that aligned with our culture and core values. AHF and Crossville share a dedication to upholding the high standards and valued services that have shaped both of our businesses throughout the years,” said Greg Mather, President & CEO, Crossville. “This is truly a win-win outcome for everyone involved.”
Crossville, Inc. was established in 1986 as America’s first large-format porcelain tile manufacturer.
“The addition of the Crossville plants and 28 company owned Studios will strengthen our domestic footprint and grow our U.S. capabilities,” said Carson.
The transition will be seamless for customers, according to Carson.
“Collectively, we will be a stronger, more capable organization with the ability to serve all our customers more effectively,” said Carson.
Headquartered in Mountville, Pennsylvania, with the acquisition of the Crossville assets, AHF now operates 13 facilities – 12 in the U.S. and one in Cambodia – and has grown to over 3000 employees.
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