Seahawk Designs Introduces New “E-Commerce Ease” Line

As the furniture industry sees an increase in online sales, Seahawk Designs Inc. will introduce its E-Commerce Ease program at the upcoming Winter Las Vegas Market. As part of the program, the company has designed two headboards and companion pieces such as benches and bedding, creating shipping-friendly products for retailers who sell online.

The new product construction and packaging require considerably less space in both storage and transportation. The products, which bring a custom designed-look at affordable pricing to consumers, were created to grow Seahawk’s e-commerce and e-tailor business. They allow for easy transportation, including UPS and FED-EX deliveries, as well as maneuvering through smaller spaces, such as stock rooms and warehouses.

“We are excited to announce the launch of our new E-Commerce Ease program at the upcoming Las Vegas Market,” said Seahawk Designs CEO William Jahn. “Aware that many retailers and consumers have turned to the internet for product and convenience, we knew it was time, as innovators in the under-bed storage category and bedding industry, to develop a program and alter product to better accommodate their needs. The construction of these new products displays our commitment to this program and relationships with e-tailors. As we transition into this new territory, it is important to note that there will be no compromising on product quality or existing partnerships with retailers – we are creating product that appeals to big box stores, brick and mortars, online retailers and stores that are interested in displaying a shippable item.”

For more information, visit www.sto-a-way.com.

About Seahawk Designs Inc.: Seahawk Designs, creators of the STO-A-WAY® bed storage system, offers the answer to every consumer’s need to maximize space and storage without compromising quality. Headquartered in Riverside, California, Seahawk Designs Inc. products are available in over 2,000 retailers nationwide.

 

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