Kronotex USA, is a fully owned subsidiary of the well known Krono Group Switzerland. It was in 2005, that an American facility was constructed in the United States. This fully modernized plant is located in Barnwell, South Carolina. Headquartered in Lucerne, Switzerland, this well known manufacturing group operates a total of nine independent manufacturing companies in several locations across Europe. Three companies are located in Germany, with one in France, Poland, Switzerland, Ukraine, Russia, and Hungary. By being part of such a large group, Kronotex is able to utilize some of the finest advancements in the construction of laminate flooring.
European Based – American Made
With more than 20 laminate flooring lines operating, 7 days a week, all 52 weeks of the year, the manufacturing of laminate flooring is stronger than ever. Kronotex Fussboden manufactures 500 million square feet of laminate flooring in a year, in this facility located in Germany. They operate on a large scale of distribution and management of cost controls. This combined with the most advanced technological advancements, allows Kronotex to offer outstanding quality laminate flooring at an affordable cost worldwide.
Kronotex offers a wide selection of laminate flooring choices for the customer. Many patterns are unique, as well as traditional. With an abundance of collections, they continuously are producing new looks for the changing designer. American Walnut, Oak, Wild Cherry, and Acacia are just some of the amazing laminate flooring looks you will find in this line.
An Eco-Friendly Company
Kronotex is always looking for ways to keep our earth green. When Kronotex laminate flooring is produced, almost every part of the tree is used. All Kronotex laminate flooring has a wood fiber core, which is made with ecological sustainable pine trees. This means that the consumer can experience the look and feel of exotic hardwoods without damaging exotic or exotic species.
The decorative paper that is used with Kronotex laminate flooring is printed with a water-based, low VOC inks. This water-based product is safe for consumers, as well as our environment. The cartons that Kronotex laminate flooring packaged in, is also made from recycled cardboard. Kronotex is doing many different things to help keep our environment green. With warranties up to 30 years, the use of laminate flooring is sure to keep extra materials out of our landfills.
A Long History
With the roots of the KronoGroup Switzerland dating back to the construction of a sawmill in Lungotz, Austria in 1897, this company will be around for many years to come. The sole ownership of this company has always stayed within the founding family and today the total annual sales revenue of this Group, exceeds a whopping $1 billion. With factories placed all around the world to manufacture virtually all of the components necessary, from particleboard, MDF and OSB wood panel; Kronotex laminate flooring will remain a favorite in the laminate flooring industry.
Competitive pricing, beautiful designs, and availability to more than 80 countries around the world Kronotex laminate flooring will remain at the front of the pack. Consumers desire detailed wood grained textures, vibrant finishes, and laminate flooring with a real wood look. Kronotex laminate flooring offers all of these features, as well as consumer friendly installation. Kronotex laminate flooring can be found worldwide, and will continue to be one of the most desired laminate floors in the industry.
***2016 Edit: KronotexUSA is switching this name this year to Swiss Krono to reflect the parent company’s name. You can read all about it on their website!***
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