A Team from Cormar Carpets Holme Mill has climbed Scafell Pike in the Lake District, to raise £2,014 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Thirteen employees, from the UK’s leading carpet manufacturer in Lancashire, Cormar Carpets, took on the challenge of climbing Scafell Pike - England’s highest peak, to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer...
Flying the flag for British-made carpets for over 55 years, Cormar Carpets celebrates winning Interiors Monthly 2015 Best Carpet Manufacturer award for the third consecutive year.
Voted for by readers of the flooring trade publication, Interiors Monthly, the award comes on the back of Cormar winning both the Flooring One and Metro Group’s Supplier of the Year further strengthening its...
Cormar Carpets has excelled itself with the latest addition to its Primo family of easy clean twist carpets.
Primo Excellence is made with the same family-friendly, polypropylene fibre – 100% Excellon – renowned for its stain resistance and hardwearing properties. It has been developed to make it softer than the...
Cormar Carpets cements its place at the top of the pile as it celebrates two further carpet industry accolades.
Recognising the company’s high quality carpets, service and staff investment, Cormar has been named Flooring One and Metro Group’s Supplier of the Year, for the 11th and 16th consecutive year...
Leading carpet manufacturer Cormar Carpets held its seventh annual Flooring Guild training course to provide those starting out in carpet retailing with a valuable insight into the industry.
Twenty two carpet retailers attended the three-day ‘Selling Quality Carpets’ event at Cormar’s Brookhouse Mill, run by independent industry expert and course tutor Ray Morgan from the Flooring...
Cormar Carpets once again exhibited at this year’s Domotex Flooring Exhibition in Hannover, the world’s flagship trade fair for carpets, rugs and hard floor coverings, in conjunction with Wools of New Zealand.
The 4 day event proved to be a great success with over 1,320 exhibitors from 63 different countries, across 12 halls, with over 40,000 visitors visiting the exhibition.