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The Shaw Industries Group, Inc. provides carpet, elastic, rigid wood, laminated, tiled and hard surface materials and artificial grass to the global home and professional market. Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. is a fully owned affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. with approximately 20,000 employees around the world. The Shaw Group is based in Dalton, Georgia, with sales representatives and/or sales representatives in the U.S., Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, France, India, Mexico, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and Chile.
I' m Shaw Industries: One story - Randall L. Patton
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The provision of the most attractive and durable floor coverings in the worlds was and remains the most important engagement of Shaw Contract Group Australia. Part of Shaw Industries, Shaw Contract Group Australia brings together the global carpet manufacturer's experience and know-how with locally based know-how to provide commercially available carpets, both flexible and broadband.
I' m Shaw Industries: The Ecoworkx and Cradle to Cradle innovations in carpet tiles
Shaw Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway based Berkshire based business, launched a pioneering new backing in 1999 named EcoWorx for fully PVC free carpet tile recyclability. In 1999 EcoWorx set the standard for consumer goods producers of all types. Working with suppliers enabled the technological innovation that enabled Shaw to manufacture carpets that were not only reusable, but also retained the characteristics of brand new throughout the entire remanufacturing cycle at a lower price.
Shaw received the 2003 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award and was recognised as an industry innovator. Please click here to see the film about Shaw and C2C.