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Alvic USA exhibits panel range at AWFS

Kevin McDonald at the AWFS booth where Alvic USA presented decorative panels and doors. This kitchen features components from the company’s Luxe collection.

Kevin McDonald at the AWFS booth where Alvic USA presented decorative panels and doors. This kitchen features components from the company’s Luxe collection.

Alvic USA, a manufacturer of cabinet doors and panels for residential and commercial projects, exhibited new finishes and designs at the AWFS Fair in July, inspired by materials such as granite, concrete, steel, and noble woods.

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Because the demand for European-designed decorative panels and doors continues to grow in North America, the Spain-based company now manufactures its products at 350,000-sq.-ft. facility in central Florida.

“The facility allows Alvic USA to continue to grow its presence in the North American market, offering improved service to our customers and helping us meet the demand for our products,” says Kevin McDonald, vice president of sales in the U.S.

The company offers fabricators, designers, and architects a collection of colors and finishes that set trends across a wide variety of applications. Luxe, Alvic’s high-gloss lacquer surface, boasts visual depth and high-quality image reflection, along with scratch resistance, a clean look and seamless edges.

The Zenit line offers a super matte finish with a silky feel combined with excellent physical and mechanical performance, according to the company.

The Syncron collection includes a range of wood grains, stone, marble, textiles, leather, concrete, and oxide finishes that provide a natural and organic feel to any furniture element or commercial project.

For more, visit www.alvicusa.com

This article was originally published in the September 2021 issue.

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