Uniboard Launches Three New Exclusive Finishes

Uniboard Launches Three New Exclusive Finishes

Laval, Quebec – October 10, 2018 – Uniboard, the North American leader in engineered wood products and the creator of the synchronized (EIR) texture technology in North America, proudly announced the exclusive launch of 18 new designs and three new textures at an exclusive showing at the Centre des Sciences de Montréal (Le Belvédère) on  October 11.

​Uniboard launched three new exclusive finishes produced in Quebec: the Nobella EIR, inspired by Italy’s best modern styles, the Lyra, a delicate yet complex layered woodgrain that brings craftsmanship and design to the forefront, and Vellum, a new matte finish highlighted by subtle texturing that enhances both solid colours and woodgrain designs. The 2019-2020 TFL launch comes with a complete coproduct program that includes edgebanding, 3DL, mouldings and doors.

‘’This is the most innovative and important TFL launch in Uniboard’s history and it confirms Uniboard’s leadership position in the North American TFL market,’’ says Don Raymond, VP Marketing and US Sales. “In the past 5 years, Uniboard has launched the most design-oriented palette of TFL colours and textures among all North American and  European TFL offerings,’’ he adds.

More than 450 of Quebec’s leading designers and architects registered for the event where they discovered the latest décor trends for 2019-2020 and how to stay ahead of the curve using Uniboard’s innovative products.

For more information about the new products, please contact your Uniboard customer sales representative.

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