MMFA welcomes ADO Floor and Film as the first new member of 2021
Brussels, 15 March 2021 – MMFA, the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, is delighted to welcome ADO Floor and Film as a new Ordinary Member.
“With the aim to combine the naturalness of wood and stone with the durability of composite and PVC in their flooring products, ADO Floor and Film is a perfect fit for our association. We are looking forward to the collaboration and welcome the diversity of memberships,” said Matthias Windmöller (Windmöller), president of the MMFA.
Mr. Mustafa Sak, CEO of ADO Group, stated: “ADO Floor and ADO Film together with all other brands of ADO Group unite great expertise within the building products industry under one roof. As the only LVT and SPC flooring manufacturer of Turkey, we are excited to join the MMFA and elevate our quality.”
ADO Floor has started its manufacturing journey with only 2 production lines and was able to extend its business for providing superior quality flooring products in only 5 years. Today, the company manufactures flooring products with 25 production lines. By July this year, 20 million square meters annual production capacity will be reached, and the final target is to achieve over 50 million square meters annual production capacity by the end of 2026 at the latest. ADO Group is a third-generation family business with Mr. Mustafa Sak as the current CEO. The group is exporting to more than 80 countries around the world. It holds 11 production plants worldwide and has more than 3.000 employees.
With this new addition, MMFA now counts 27 ordinary members (producers of MMF flooring or their European representations), 30 associate members (supplier companies) and three supporting members (scientific institutes).
About MMFA: The Multilayer Modular Flooring Association is an organisation representing the leading producers of flooring in Europe and their suppliers. The association was established in October 2012 in Munich, Germany, by seven European flooring producers. The management of MMFA has moved to Brussels since November 2019.