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Ecore Commercial

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PO Box 4944
Lancaster, PA 17604
About Ecore Commercial
  • Ecore transforms reclaimed waste into unique surfaces that make people's lives better. What started with simple cork closures has evolved into a diverse portfolio of products solving complex problems in applications ranging from playgrounds, weight rooms, and turf fields to hospitals, hotels, and retail environments.

    They build their company and the products they offer based on the simple notion that floors should elevate beyond current expectations. Their energy is focused on the interaction between people and the surface. They engineer performance well beyond industry standards related to acoustics, ergonomics, and safety. Harvesting the unique power from a myriad of waste streams, Ecore creates products that align–substantial force reduction with a balanced amount of energy return to create dynamic surfaces that are catered to the individual and the application. Ecore is comprised of four business units: Ecore Athletic, Ecore Commercial Flooring, Ecore Construction, and Ecore Industrial.
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