Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Acquires Moz Design, Inc.
Móz recently launched a new line of standard acrylic dividers as well, to respond to the demand for healthier spaces. These durable, easy-to-clean dividers provide both form and function, quickly and affordably transforming open floor plans into safe, separate spaces, without the loss of human connection or the need for costly structural changes.
Founded by two brothers in a
Móz uses predominately aluminum, one of the most sustainable materials in the world, to fashion its products. According to the
The Móz business, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of AWI, will retain its company name and brand and current organizational structure, operating independently but collaboratively with AWI. The Móz business will retain all Móz employees and will continue to sell through its independent sales representatives, all of whom have been integral to Móz’s success in the market.
AWI funded the acquisition with available cash. Financial terms of the asset purchase transaction were not disclosed.
For more information, visit www.armstrongceilings.com/mozdesigns.
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