Customatic Technologies, a leader in adjustable bed bases and specialty sleep products, has donated over 1,000 masks and offered 100 adjustable beds to healthcare facilities in New York and San Francisco.
Customatic president Phil Sherman said the company distributed over 1,000 medical masks to North Shore University Hospital, Syosset Hospital and Long Island Community Hospital in New York and Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara, Calif. The masks are compliant with the Federal Drug Administration, ISO9001 and European conformity standards. Sherman expects to donate an additional 1,000 masks to New York hospitals in the coming week.
Company officials said they are working with various government officials and healthcare facilities in the tri-state New York area to donate 100 adjustable beds and offering another 100 to friends and family at cost to help them be more comfortable while quarantined at home.
“We feel it’s important to do our part in response to the pandemic, and that begins with accessing what we have on-hand and through our global resources in an effort to help our neighbors and friends remain safe and comfortable as we all get through this together,” said Sherman.
Customatic has also pledged its support to a broader industry effort to provide medical masks on March 23. That effort includes manufacturers and individuals from the furniture and bedding industries such as Ashley Furniture Inds., Corinthian, Best Home Furnishings, Pride Mobility Products Corp., Serta Simmons Bedding, TDI Worldwide and many others.
About Customatic: Customatic Technologies is the foremost pioneer of the sleep products industry and is best known for its expertise and cutting-edge innovations in adjustable bed bases and specialty sleep products. Founded in 2010 by industry veterans Phil McCarty and Phil Sherman, today the company distributes products internationally through strong partnerships with top-name mattress manufacturers, leading distributors and major specialty sleep retailers. Customatic Technologies is headquartered in Natick, Massachusetts, and operates in more than 750,000 square feet of manufacturing facilities in Taiwan.