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MMFA Annual Meeting in Mönchengladbach

Carl Ruland newly-elected to the Executive Board

This year’s members’ meeting of the MMFA – the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association – attracted some 80 attendees who came to learn about the latest developments in the industry and the current status of Association projects. This meeting of stakeholders, held in Mönchengladbach on...

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Modular multilayer floorings: Expansion through innovation

New variants require refinement of MMFA product classes

Product development in the multilayer segment is progressing at high speed. The growing choice of materials and types of build-up has made the market for MMF products extremely varied. The European MMFA Association is picking up this topic and will be presenting a special information area at the...

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New MMFA website

www.mmfa.eu now suitable for mobile devices

The MMFA – the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association – has given its website a modern, new look. The address remains the same, but www.mmfa.eu now features a responsive web design with a dynamic graphic structure, which means it can be viewed on all mobile devices. It gives a wealth of...

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MMFA Association gains two new members

Hymmen and Proline Systems join in

The MMFA – the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, based in Bielefeld – is pleased to welcome new players to its network: Hymmen and Proline Systems have joined as extraordinary members.

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Annual Meeting of the MMFA Association in Porto

Multilayer market is growing sustainably

At the invitation of the associate member Amorim Cork Composites, the stakeholders of the MMFA – the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association met on 27 and 28 April to hold its member’s meeting in Porto/Portugal. More than 70 participants found out about the latest developments in the...

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MMFA Association grows to 44 members

Flooring specialist Falquon joins the club

The MMFA – the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, based in Bielefeld (Germany) – is pleased to welcome four new members to its network: Joining as ordinary member is the German flooring manufacturer Falquon. New extraordinary members are Saueressig Design Studio, A.+ E. Ungricht, and...

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Growing markets for modular multilayer flooring (MMF)

Product dynamics require new standards

The market success of modular multilayer flooring has resulted in an increase in membership for the MMFA, the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, Bielefeld. As of 1 January 2017, it has a total of 40 European producers, suppliers and institutes working together towards the worldwide...

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MMFA Association gains three new members

Industry network strengthened

The MMFA – the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, based in Bielefeld – is pleased to welcome new players to its network: Joining as ordinary members are Designflooring GmbH and flooring manufacturer James Halstead Plc, plus Renolit SE as an extraordinary member. The MMFA currently has...

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These floors are no stick-in-the-mud!

Hygiene made easy with MMF flooring

Multilayer modular floors (MMF) are easy to clean and are therefore classed as particularly suitable for families and pets. And allergy-sufferers, for whom hygiene is a critical factor for well-being, can also benefit from the valuable properties of these products. It is also not without reason...

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Floor temperatures as hot as a Formula 1 race track in Abu Dhabi!

MMFA researches temperature behaviour of various types of multi-layer flooring

Every craftsman knows that floating floors have to include some leeway – e.g. for walls, pipe inlets and door frames. Installations which cover large areas must incorporate expansion joints – but can the sizing be left to chance using the proverbial “thumb width” as a guide, or should it...

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