Mohawk Industries, Inc. (Mohawk) is a producer of floor covering products for residential and commercial applications in the United States and residential applications in Europe. The Company is a carpet and rug manufacturer and also a manufacturer, marketer and distributor of ceramic tile, natural stone and hardwood flooring in the United States. Mohawk – more... also produces laminate flooring in the United States and Europe. The Company’s operating subsidiaries include Mohawk Carpet, LLC, Aladdin Manufacturing Corporation, Dal-Tile International Inc., Unilin Flooring BVBA and Unilin Holding Inc. The Company operates in three segments: the Mohawk segment, the Dal-Tile segment and the Unilin segment. During the year ended December 31, 2008, the Company acquired certain stone center assets in the Dal-Tile segment.
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MOHAWK Employer Reviews
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Eden, NC – May 19, 2013
HAD FUN ON THE JOB
HEATSET (Former Employee), Calhoun, GA – May 16, 2013
great place to work,and move up the ladder.
truck driver,dispatcher,hyster driver,shipping (Former Employee), Calhoun, GA – May 14, 2013
to many m's
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Dalton, GA – April 30, 2013
Doing production and having a good day.
carpet wrapper (Former Employee), Calhoun, GA – April 29, 2013
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