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AHF Products purchased the assets of Crossville from the Curran Group, expanding its presence into the tile sector.

With 15 distinct brands and dozens of product collections spanning hardwood, vinyl, laminate, and, now, tile, AHF said it has added to “its stable of product offerings in the hard surface category. AHF president and CEO Brian Carson said he was drawn to Crossville for its strong customer relationships, its U.S. manufacturing and product design strength, and the company’s “winning culture.”

“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,” Carson said. ‘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.”

Crossville, located in Tennessee is a manufacturer of sustainable porcelain materials.

“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,” Greg Mather, president and CEO of Crossville, said. “AHF and Crossville share a dedication to upholding the high standards and valued services that have shaped both of our businesses throughout the years.”

Mountville, Pa.-based AHF now operates 13 facilities, including 12 in the United States. The company previously acquired LM Flooring in 2019, the Parterre and American OEM brands in 2021, and Armstrong Flooring in 2022.