Milliken & Company has announced its acquisition of renowned textile company Ontera Modular Carpets, a subsidiary of Cavalier Corporation.
October 6th, 2015
Ontera is known in the industry as a leader in the design and manufacture of commercial, modular carpeting product, and has been providing Milliken branded products as part of its offering for some time.
For 150 years Milliken has been innovating in the textile sector, with the purpose to explore, discover and create ways to enhance people’s lives, and this is the next step in that journey, “Ontera and Milliken share a long history,” says Joe Salley, president and CEO of Milliken & Company, “Our partnership succeeds because of similar unwavering commitments to quality, innovation and environmental stewardship. This acquisition is a natural progression of our relationship.”
Ontera too, is pleased with the decision, “At Ontera, we have long been impressed with Milliken’s technological capabilities, innovative designs and clear commitment to sustainability,” says Ontera CEO Dean Harriott. “It’s exciting to be part of this world-class company. Our customers will benefit from Milliken’s global product development capabilities, technologies and insights accrued during its 150-year legacy.”
Customers will soon be seeing a range of exciting new product ranges launched into the Australian and New Zealand markets.
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