Company Overview of Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells flooring products and ceiling systems worldwide. The company’s Building Products segment produces suspended mineral fibers, soft fibers, and metal ceiling systems for use in commercial, institutional, and residential settings, as well as complementary ceiling products; and sells suspension system products. This segment sells its commercial ceiling materials and accessories to ceiling system contractors and resale distributors; and residential ceiling products to wholesalers and retailers. Its Resilient Flooring segment manufactures vinyl sheets, vinyl tiles, and linoleum flooring, as well as sources and sells laminate flooring...
PO Box 3001
Lancaster, PA 17604
Founded in 1891
Key Executives for Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $980.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $262.9K
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Armstrong Floor Products Worldwide
Total Annual Compensation: $515.0K
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive officer of Armstrong Building Products
Total Annual Compensation: $459.4K
Chief Compliance Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $413.8K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Key Developments
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Presents at KeyBanc Capital Markets Industrial, Automotive & Transportation Conference, May-28-2014 02:00 PM
May 27 14
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Presents at KeyBanc Capital Markets Industrial, Automotive & Transportation Conference, May-28-2014 02:00 PM. Venue: InterContinental Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
Armstrong World Industries Seeks Acquisitions
May 21 14
Dave Schulz, Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President Armstrong World Industries, Inc. (NYSE:AWI), said, "We want to maintain a good balance sheet so that we can execute against any acquisitions that may come available that are a good fit." Schulz added, “As we think about acquisitions going forward with the available cash that we'll be generating, we think about it in terms of these priorities. First, we want to enhance our position within our current businesses. Any opportunity that we look at for an acquisition needs to be ROIC accretive within a considerable and meaningful timeline. As we prioritize the use of free cash flow and capital across the company, our expectations that we will continue to invest in organic growth, so additional capital expenditures to support the business. We will also look at acquisitions.”
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. - Analyst/Investor Day
May 12 14
To discuss 2013 Retrospective & What's Next for Armstrong. To discuss Value Creation Model & Strategic Priority Review and to discuss Architectural Specialties Update
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