Bentley Prince Street, a division of Atlanta-based Interface, has partnered with Calhoun, Georgia-based Kane Carpet and Rishon LeZion-based Carmel Carpets to launch of its newest broadloom offering, the Global Vistas Collection.
The new line of luxury carpets is comprised of premium, 100% solution-dyed twisted and heat set nylon, skillfully woven with construction that also features an odor-free synthetic backing, that reflects the world’s beautiful, must-see destinations with a selection of vivid patterns that span traditional, transitional and contemporary styles. According to the companies, it offers the perfect complement for highly visible, heavy traffic areas including hospitality settings, banquet halls, apartments, ballrooms, assisted living and senior environments. Global Vistas, as with all of Bentley Prince Street’s standard broadloom products, is certified to the NSF 140-2007 Sustainable Carpet Assessment Standard at the Platinum level.
“In Israel, we found a great partner whose technology enabled us to create a beautiful yet highly resilient carpet with unique capabilities to serve our markets,” said Anthony Minite, President of Bentley Prince Street and Herb Frank, President of Kane Carpet. Through introduction of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia companies are also working with the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Israel trade office to locate distributors in Israel for their distinctive products.