Beasley Flooring Products recently completed the purchase of the Unilin North America flooring manufacturing facility in Melbourne, Ark. As part of this transaction, Mohawk will partner with Beasley Flooring to continue providing high-quality flooring products to its customers. This acquisition expands Beasley’s ability to provide quality flooring products to its growing customer base. The acquisition marks the second major purchase by Beasley in the flooring manufacturing sector in the past 10 months. The company will continue to focus on product innovation, superior service, quality and sustainability through their operations located in Georgia, North Carolina and now Arkansas. “Beasley is excited about the purchase of the Melbourne facility. This operation will allow us to continue to expand our current production quickly and efficiently,” Darrell Beasley, President and CEO of Beasley Group, said. “We value our relationship with Mohawk and look forward to providing all our customers with quality products to meet their ever-changing needs.” About Beasley Group Beasley Flooring Products is a subsidiary of the Beasley Group, which is headquartered in Hazlehurst. The Group is an innovative forest products company whose diversified operations include sawmills, timberlands, renewable fuels (wood pellets), energy generation, hardwood veneers, flooring, wood shavings and flour, as well as access matting and mat installation. Beasley’s vertical integration and operations in a wide variety of forest products businesses allows it to optimally use raw materials to effectively and efficiently produce quality products using sustainable management practices. For additional information visit www.beasleygroup.com and www.beaselyflooring.com. About Unilin North America Unilin North America is a subsidiary of Mohawk Industries. Mohawk Industries is the leading global flooring manufacturer that creates products to enhance residential and commercial spaces around the world. Mohawk’s vertically integrated manufacturing and distribution processes provide competitive advantages in the production of carpet, rugs, ceramic tile, laminate, wood, stone and vinyl flooring.