IVC Group says it successfully connected with customers at this year’s inaugural Flanders Flooring Days between 2-5 May, as it demonstrated how it reportedly offers unparalleled design, quality and service for the trade.
Says the company: ‘Marking 25 years of successful business and revealing its plans for continued growth as one of the world’s leading flooring companies, IVC Group, welcomed visitors to the landmark flooring development centre for this year’s Flanders Flooring Days. With a striking multi-purpose interior designed by Glenn Sestig Architects, the energy efficient flooring development centre, Waregem, has been home to the manufacturer for three years.’
Bringing together 10 of West Flanders’ most significant flooring companies, Flanders Flooring Days reportedly gave visitors a unique chance to gather enlightening insight into the innovation driving the flooring industry. The four days of the event were ‘the chance to explore how IVC Group’s in-house design, product innovation, manufacturing flexibility and service come together to build unique collections and make the company the best partner for the trade’.
The company continued: ‘Throughout the special event, IVC Group presented the latest developments from across its residential and commercial brands, celebrating 25 successful years with complimentary food and drinks every day. And as the company sets to join forces with Unilin Flooring to creates the strongest flooring organisation in the market, Flanders Flooring Days demonstrated the future of IVC Group is very bright.’
IVC Group began in 1997 by manufacturing sheet vinyl, which remains a key part of the manufacturer’s solutions today. ‘Alongside presenting new innovations and new designs for 2022 that capture the latest interior trends, IVC Group encouraged visitors to think again about the floor’s easy installation, unique comfort, and ease of living,’ says the company. ‘The manufacturer also unveiled its status as the first flooring company using Social Plastic from Plastic Bank, an ethically sourced recycled material.’
IVC continues: ‘The company’s trade luxury vinyl tiles (LVTs) are a unique chance to enjoy the inhouse design capabilities and manufacturing excellence of IVC in collections made to provide trade partners with the best quality and service. Using the latest flooring technologies in flex and rigid categories, IVC Group’s trade LVTs marketplace will present a broad range of qualities and designs.
‘The event also saw IVC Group exhibit the latest products from Moduleo. Constantly researching trends for designs that deliver a contemporary range of luxury vinyl floors for the home, Moduleo presented the latest development to its LayRed collection: herringbone floors.
‘The brand new innovation makes popular herringbone patterns simple to install, while guaranteeing the beautiful design, comfort, strength, and ease of maintenance of the Moduleo LayRed collection.’
The company continues: ‘IVC Commercial is the company’s brand for architects and designers operating in the commercial market. Visitors to the flooring development centre were able to see new office flooring solutions such as Imperfection and Contour carpet tiles, the Origin LVTs family and Concept 70 heterogeneous vinyl. There was also a very special opportunity to witness a collaborative project with one of the world’s biggest commercial furniture brands, Vitra, in the ‘Welcome to the Office’ concept.’