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graph 2016 1992

1992-2000

The company went public in 1992 and completed twelve soft surface acquisitions by 2000, with sales growing tenfold during that time.

2002

Dal-Tile acquisition made Mohawk the leading ceramic provider in North America and added international manufacturing operations.

2005

Company enters European market as acquisition of Belgium-based Unilin gave Mohawk the leading laminate position on both sides of the Atlantic.

2007

Columbia Wood Flooring acquisition introduces the company to engineered and solid wood flooring and adds an Asian presence with a Malyasian wood facility.

2012

ARAUCO Joint venture introduces our laminate flooring in Brazil

2013

Marazzi acquisition established Mohawk as the worldwide leader in ceramic tile by adding new operations in Italy, Spain, Russia and the U.S.

Pergo acquisition expanded laminate leadership with the most widely known and respected brand in North America and Europe.

2015

IVC Group acquisition gives Mohawk leadership position in sheet vinyl and LVT in the U.S. and Europe.

KAI Group acquisition extends ceramic manufacturing into Eastern Europe.

Mexicali, Mexico, ceramic plant acquisition adds only North American manufacturing facility on the West Coast.

Xtratherm acquisition expands regional European insulation board leadership.

2016

Turned our sights inward and invested $672 million – the highest in our history – to facilitate capacity expansion, process improvement and product innovation.

2017

EmilGroup acquisition extended leadership in the European ceramic market.

Purchase of Polish ceramic manufacturer established base for expansion in northern and central Europe

Acquisition of Texas talc mine provides ample supply of key material for ceramic production.

Purchase of Alabama nylon polymerization facility extends vertical integration in carpet manufacturing.

Record internal investments of $906 million supported increased production, entry into new product categories and expansion into appealing new markets.