Customatic Adjustable Bedz has named home furnishings industry veteran Andrew Bandremer to the newly created position of executive vice president of new channel sales and sourcing. In the new position, Bandremer will lead the company’s sales initiatives in the home furnishings segment and accelerate Customatic’s expansion into other distribution channels, in addition to assisting in product development and sourcing.
Bandremer’s wealth of experience spans more than four decades in the furniture manufacturing industry and he brings with him his passion and solutions-oriented leadership. Prior to joining Customatic, Bandremer was executive vice president of Twin-Star Inc. for more than 13 years and was instrumental in implementing strategies that grew the company from startup to a multi-million-dollar category leader. Additionally, he helped prepare the company to attract corporations to finance Twin-Star’s growth. His extensive industry knowledge and experience helped shape his skills into the seasoned professional he is today.
“I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Andy over the years and have witnessed, first hand, his amazing talents,” said Phil Sherman, president of Customatic. “Andy is tenacious, engaging, helpful and results-oriented with a personality that proudly shows his integrity and sincerity. Everything you could ask for in a true leader. His addition to the team will help us expand distribution to a number of new channels.”
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About Customatic Adjustable Bedz: Customatic Adjustable Bedz is a pioneer of the sleep products industry and is best known for its expertise and cutting-edge innovations in adjustable bed bases. 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 Adjustable Bedz is headquartered in Natick, Mass., and operates in more than 750,000 square feet in four manufacturing facilities in Taiwan.