Lexmark Carpet Mills acquires Northwest Hospitality Carpets

Lexmark Carpet Mills (Lexmark), a manufacturer of broadloom carpet for hospitality, residential and niche commercial applications, acquired Northwest Carpet (Northwest).

The combined business will focus on continuing to provide customer service and design capabilities to the hospitality community.

According to Todd White, CEO of Lexmark, the combination of the two industry players will serve to expand the product offerings, design capabilities, and enhance the customer service experience. Northwest Hospitality Carpets has had a long history under the Coker family dating back to the 1970s.

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Founded in 1977 by Randy Coker and his father, Edward Coker, Northwest Hospitality Carpets is a manufacturer of solution-dyed, broadloom carpet exclusively focused on the hospitality end-market. Northwest’s manufacturing operations are located in Dalton, Ga.

Founded in 1993, Lexmark Carpet Mills is a producer of broadloom carpet for hospitality, residential and niche commercial applications.

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