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   High Precision Testing for Compact Design Requirements Becomes More Accurate and Reliable with Launch of Interface ConvexBT Load Button Load Cells  2020/09/15 15:00:00 PR Newswire
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Leveraging its 52-year history of engineering and manufacturing the most accurate and reliable force measurement solutions, Interface today introduced its new, ultra-precision line of ConvexBT™ Load Button Load Cells. ConvexBT is the most…
   Enabling Fast and Efficient Force Measurement Product Verification On-Demand, Interface Announces New Force Verification Frame  2020/09/03 17:00:00 PR Newswire
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Providing customers with a quick and easy way to conduct load cell verification in real-time, Interface today announced the launch of its new Interface Force Verification Frame. The new Interface load frame is lightweight and can be…
   Interface Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend  2020/08/18 20:05:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, Aug. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide modular flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.01 per share, payable Sept. 18, 2020 to…
   'The time has come': Leading corporates call for acceleration of 'purpose-first economy'  2020/08/11 11:00:27 BusinessGreen
Bosses from L’Oréal, Danone, Mastercard and Phillips pledge to help build an economic system where planet and society can 'thrive for generations to come’ in open letter Economic recovery strategies should "catalyse the power" of so-called purpose-first businesses in order to grow this "critical" emerging sector and allow it to assume greater responsibility for tackling the climate emergency and other global challenges, an alliance of CEOs has said today. An open letter signed by a group of leading CEOs - including the bosses of L'Oréal, Danone, Mastercard, Pearson, and Philips - argues that boosting the "purpose-first economy" would mitigate some of the need for "top-down government interventions" as economies recover from the Covid-19 crisis. "This is essential, both for 'Building it Better' and for achieving the global 2030 agenda in the post Covid-19 world," the signatories argue. "The time has come to formalise this emerging fourth sector of the economy and take purpose-first business to scale." 'Purpose-first' or 'for-benefit' enterprises make up as much as one tenth of GDP in the US and Europe, according to the signatories, and as such already play a "significant role" in addressing global challenges.
   Interface Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/07 09:30:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced results for the second quarter ended July 5, 2020. Quarterly Highlights: Strong liquidity of $331 million at quarter end…
   Interface Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend  2020/08/18 20:05:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, Aug. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide modular flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.01 per share, payable Sept. 18, 2020 to…
   'The time has come': Leading corporates call for acceleration of 'purpose-first economy'  2020/08/11 11:00:27 BusinessGreen
Bosses from L’Oréal, Danone, Mastercard and Phillips pledge to help build an economic system where planet and society can 'thrive for generations to come’ in open letter Economic recovery strategies should "catalyse the power" of so-called purpose-first businesses in order to grow this "critical" emerging sector and allow it to assume greater responsibility for tackling the climate emergency and other global challenges, an alliance of CEOs has said today. An open letter signed by a group of leading CEOs - including the bosses of L'Oréal, Danone, Mastercard, Pearson, and Philips - argues that boosting the "purpose-first economy" would mitigate some of the need for "top-down government interventions" as economies recover from the Covid-19 crisis. "This is essential, both for 'Building it Better' and for achieving the global 2030 agenda in the post Covid-19 world," the signatories argue. "The time has come to formalise this emerging fourth sector of the economy and take purpose-first business to scale." 'Purpose-first' or 'for-benefit' enterprises make up as much as one tenth of GDP in the US and Europe, according to the signatories, and as such already play a "significant role" in addressing global challenges.
   Interface Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/07 09:30:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced results for the second quarter ended July 5, 2020. Quarterly Highlights: Strong liquidity of $331 million at quarter end…
   Interface Announces Amendment to Credit Agreement Including Seven Quarters of Covenant Relief  2020/07/15 20:01:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, July 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced an amendment to its syndicated credit facility providing for, among other things, enhanced financial covenant flexibility…
   Secrets for circular supply chain partnerships from Interface and Aquafil  2020/06/29 09:00:00 GreenBiz
Secrets for circular supply chain partnerships from Interface and Aquafil Elsa Wenzel Mon, 06/29/2020 - 02:00 It’s an enviable alliance that has outlasted most marriages. For two decades, Interface and Aquafil have worked together to close the loop on carpeting, an example that other companies have followed. The carpet maker and the nylon supplier moved long ago past the early steps of engagement and strategy. They've innovated on raw materials, resulting in Aquafil's Econyl yarn that it recycles from ghost fishing nets, carpet fluff and other would-be waste. They've co-launched pilot projects that have reshaped their supply chains, including the Net Works program, which pays fishers in the Philippines and Cameroon for turning in castoff nets used to create new nylon. They've expanded their markets and slashed carbon footprints along the way, cementing reputations as innovators. What are the secrets for the successes of this longtime collaboration between Interface and Aquafil? A virtual GreenBiz event June 23, "How to Get Your Supply Chain to Embrace Circularity," moderated by GreenBiz co-founder and Executive Editor Joel Makower, revealed insights.
   Interface Reports Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/07 09:30:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced results for the second quarter ended July 5, 2020. Quarterly Highlights: Strong liquidity of $331 million at quarter end…
   Interface Announces Amendment to Credit Agreement Including Seven Quarters of Covenant Relief  2020/07/15 20:01:00 PR Newswire
ATLANTA, July 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface, Inc. (Nasdaq: TILE), a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced an amendment to its syndicated credit facility providing for, among other things, enhanced financial covenant flexibility…
   Secrets for circular supply chain partnerships from Interface and Aquafil  2020/06/29 09:00:00 GreenBiz
Secrets for circular supply chain partnerships from Interface and Aquafil Elsa Wenzel Mon, 06/29/2020 - 02:00 It’s an enviable alliance that has outlasted most marriages. For two decades, Interface and Aquafil have worked together to close the loop on carpeting, an example that other companies have followed. The carpet maker and the nylon supplier moved long ago past the early steps of engagement and strategy. They've innovated on raw materials, resulting in Aquafil's Econyl yarn that it recycles from ghost fishing nets, carpet fluff and other would-be waste. They've co-launched pilot projects that have reshaped their supply chains, including the Net Works program, which pays fishers in the Philippines and Cameroon for turning in castoff nets used to create new nylon. They've expanded their markets and slashed carbon footprints along the way, cementing reputations as innovators. What are the secrets for the successes of this longtime collaboration between Interface and Aquafil? A virtual GreenBiz event June 23, "How to Get Your Supply Chain to Embrace Circularity," moderated by GreenBiz co-founder and Executive Editor Joel Makower, revealed insights.
   How to Get Your Supply Chain to Embrace Circularity  2020/05/22 15:30:02 GreenBiz
How to Get Your Supply Chain to Embrace Circularity Companies can make progress toward building a circular system only so far on their own. To change your entire system, you need to engage your whole value chain and beyond to create a truly circular model. Succeeding in this arena often requires convincing suppliers to make shifts and identifying new suppliers that better align with your company’s circularity goals. In this webcast, Interface VP and CSO Erin Meezan will share how the modular flooring company employed multiple strategies to transform its supply chain, an evolution that was essential to the company’s Mission Zero success and led to a broader impact outside of Interface that extended to other companies. You will learn: How to support existing suppliers How to identify new opportunities How to circumvent barriers to change Join Interface this June and begin laying the groundwork for your organization’s own supply chain transformation! Moderator: Joel Makower, Chairman & Executive Editor, GreenBiz Group Speakers: Erin Meezan, Vice President & Chief Sustainability Officer, Interface More to be announced If you can't tune in live, please register and we will email you a link to access the archived webcast footage and resources, available to you on-demand after the webcast.
   Interface LVT Now Includes Pre-Consumer Recycled Content  2020/05/21 14:05:00 Benzinga Feeds
ATLANTA , May 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Interface ® , a worldwide commercial flooring company and global leader in sustainability, today announced that its luxury vinyl tile (LVT) products are now made with 39% pre-consumer recycled content. With this significant move, Interface has expanded the use of recycled content across its product portfolio, furthering its Climate Take Back™ mission to reverse global warming. The company marks this important milestone with the launch of its latest global resilient flooring product, Brushed Lines™. In addition, other Interface LVT products and collections, such as Level Set™, Studio Set™, Steady Stride™, and Criterion™, will now include this same recycled content as the company works toward implementing even more product sustainability advancements in the future. "When we entered the resilient landscape with our first LVT products in 2017, we made a commitment to bring our sustainability knowledge and experience to this flooring category," said Full story available on Benzinga.

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