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DLW Flooring ranks among the leading producers of floor coverings worldwide. Many product lines are now available globally, which greatly assists designers working on international projects. Under the DLW brand, we sell resilient and textile commercial floor coverings throughout Europe: Linoleum, Vinyl, Luxury Vinyl and Fibrebonded floor coverings, ideally suited for a wide range of uses and applications.

The familiar brand name DLW is still strongly associated with linoleum, whose production and marketing has a long tradition. Made from renewable raw materials, linoleum has experienced a renaissance in recent years due to its sustainability credentials. In Germany, the first linoleum manufacturing plant was founded as early as 1882 in Delmenhorst near Bremen.

Architects, designers and artists such as Peter Behrens, Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier created colours and designs for DLW Linoleum and used linoleum as a powerful design element in their projects, thereby establishing an artistic tradition which DLW continues to this day.

The DLW Vinyl und DLW Luxury Vinyl collections supplement the product range. DLW Flooring are internationally known and recognised for their high design values and product quality, which are at the heart of the DLW brand. The DLW Fibrebonded collection offers a multitude of products in
attractive colours for high-traffic environments. Here, DLW’s classic “Strong” in particular has always lived up to its name.

In addition to its comprehensive product range, DLW offers a competent international sales and marketing team that is able to advise on design issues in healthcare, education, office and retail environments. A committed team is available to support architects and designers in selecting the perfect floor covering for their projects: from contemporary collections and timeless classics to distinctive and original solutions designed for individual projects according to the architect’s specifications.