MOUNTVILLE, PA — AHF Products, a leading manufacturer of hard surface flooring in North America, has purchased assets of Crossville, Inc. from the Curran Group, a family-owned, privately-held company, the company announced.
The acquisition, said the company, “catapults AHF into an industry-leading position in the fast-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.”
With 15 brands and dozens of product collections spanning hardwood, vinyl, laminate and now tile, AHF “has added to its stable of product offerings in the hard surface category,” the company added.
The Tennessee-based 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 AHF President & CEO Brian Carson. “Adding a well-known and trusted brand like Crossville is a terrific complement to our legacy brands, which include Bruce and Armstrong Flooring, (and) will strengthen our domestic footprint and grow our U.S. capabilities,” Carson observed.
With five acquisitions in less than five years, the Mountville, PA-based AHF has significantly increased its product and service offerings for both the residential and commercial markets, and currently operates 13 facilities – 12 in the U.S. and one in Cambodia – and has grown to over 3,000 employees. AHF previously acquired LM Flooring in 2019, followed by the Parterre and American OEM brands in 2021, and then Armstrong Flooring in 2022.