As a global leader in flooring and movement systems, Forbo is in many cases an interface with daily life. Our business is about connecting materials, perfecting surfaces and the transport of goods. The materials that make everyday objects, and the surfaces people move around on and which move people and goods where they need to be. We do that by interconnecting with people all over the world every day: Every step you take... at home, at work or on the move: Forbo floors are essential to the way people experience quality of life. Every move you make... Forbo systems make production lines flow, sort the mail and parcels and move goods of all kinds. Forbo Flooring Systems is a global player in high-quality commercial and residential floor coverings with more than 150 years of experience. We focus on environmentally friendly, functional and design-oriented floors.
Forbo Flooring Systems is a leading global player in high-quality, commercial floor coverings & total solution flooring projects that include Linoleum, Vinyl, Luxury Vinyl Tiles, Flocked Flooring Carpet Tiles and Needlefelt.
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