Wall To Wall Carpet for both the contract market and the domestic market

Wall To Wall Carpet manufactures wall-to-wall carpets in both contract and domestic markets, so materials, designs, and quality are adapted accordingly. The company’s carpets range from approx. A standard range of 30 qualities is available, each with an available range of 5-50 shades. Rolls of approximately 25 metres are available with widths of 4 and 5 metres for some qualities. Wall To Wall Carpet offers carpets made of polyamide and polypropylene. In addition to the standard ranges, Wall To Wall Carpet also offers a special program with 5-10 qualities. This special program has a shorter life than the standard ranges, which last for at least three years.

Flexible machinery of the highest quality

This makes it possible to adjust to any changes in the market relatively inexpensively. Consequently, the company has been involved in the development of several spin-off innovations, some of which have been patented. Consequently, it is able to respond quickly to market changes at a relatively low cost, leading to a number of spin-off innovations some of which have been patented. This is true, for instance, of Wall To Wall Carpet conveyer innovation – an integrated transport system originally manufactured for the slaughterhouse industry to be used in the carpet industry.

Wall To Wall Carpet has European markets at its fingertips

A targeted strategy at Wall To Wall Carpet led to its exportation of 75% of its production in the last few years, mainly to Europe. Today, the company exports to countries such as Germany, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Great Britain, and the Netherlands. Marketing activities are conducted by the company as well as through agents and importers. Sales are channeled through the company’s system, agents, and importers. Trade fairs are internationally recognized for attracting decision-makers. Wall To Wall Carpet has managed to increase its sales steadily over the years, gaining a strong foothold even in price-competitive markets. This has led to further increases in the share of its primary markets.

The Wall To Wall Carpet Company works closely with its yarn suppliers in order to have immediate access to new yarns for testing. This allows them to discover whether they perform well in carpet manufacturing.

This factory is complete.

Wall To Wall Carpet believes that it is vital to have a finger on the pulse of the entire production process in order to ensure the quality of finished products. All functions may not need to be conducted under one roof, but and still must have their finger on the pulse in order to achieve this. A carpet backing is attached to the carpets inside of the plant by another company, Foamtex, which Wall To Wall Carpet owns. Foamtex has also developed dye houses and a lab where the finished carpets are tested. All the raw materials and products are inspected. The Wall To Wall Carpet has become part of TÜV’s common European marking program, with the laboratory checking for all required elements in the production process and the finished product. UAE carpets are also certified for international labels and certificates.

Flexible thinking and the ability to create a wide range of combinations are two of the most important characteristics of innovative thinking and creative combination.

All carpet manufacturers have access to the same yarns and to the same machinery suppliers, so ultimately it is largely one’s ability to create new ways to use the yarns within the limits of what the machinery can do that differentiates production.

Wall To Wall Carpet is always excited about the prospect of developing its machinery even further so that it can be at the forefront of new and exciting designs. Design and quality developments are another way of adding product-specific benefits.

The Wall To Wall Carpet industry works closely with its yarn suppliers. It is important to have first access to new fibers to see how they perform in carpet manufacturing. This has given Wall To Wall Carpet an advantage when it comes to production-dyed yarns, which are in growing demand in our environmentally conscious society.