Impress Surfaces joins the MMFA as Associate Member

Brussels, 16 June 2021 – MMFA, the Multilayer Modular Flooring Association, welcomes Impress Surfaces as the newest addition to the association.

“With Impress Surfaces, we won an outstanding new member who offers a diverse product portfolio in the area of decorative surfaces. We are particularly excited about its truly global footprint with seven locations around the world and its continuous efforts to minimise the impact on the environment,” said Matthias Windmöller (Windmöller), president of the MMFA.

 Sascha Kostros, Head of Decor Management at Impress Surfaces, explained: “We are delighted to be joining the ranks of well-known flooring experts at MMFA! With our global network of trend scouts, we are looking forward to keeping other members up to date on the newest design trends for decorative surfaces based on different needs, cultures and markets.”

Impress is a group of companies operating globally to develop and manufacture trendy decorative surfaces for the wood-based panel, furniture and flooring industry as well as for modern interior design. They are one of the world’s leading companies in the industry and supply their customers via seven international locations. The decors for tomorrow’s design are created directly in-house and are based on trends that are identified continuously on a global level by well-connected, internal scouts. The product portfolio of the full-service provider includes decor papers, finish foils, impregnated papers, additives and decor printing inks.

With this new addition, MMFA now counts 28 ordinary members (producers of MMF flooring or their European representations), 31 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.