Englander Sleep Products has sold the license to make and market Englander-branded products in the New York/New England region to Symbol Mattress, announced Kevin Toman, Englander President and CEO.
The acquisition of the license, which involves the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont, was effective Jan. 1, 2016. Symbol Mattress, based in Richmond, Va., is now shipping Englander products from its manufacturing facilities in Richmond and Reading, Pa.
“We’re extremely pleased about the continued expansion of Englander bedding across the country,” Toman said. “With a total of 12 factory locations, we now have coast-to-coast distribution of our products. I anticipate that we’ll add more factories and additional licensee partners before the end of 2016. We also plan to maintain our growth pace overseas.”
For more information, please visit englander.com.
About Englander Sleep Products: Founded in 1894, Englander Sleep Products dedicates itself to superior product innovation in order to offer consumers the best possible sleep experience. The company markets a number of specialty brands including Nature’s Finest Latex Sleep Systems; ViscoPedic memory foam beds; Synergy, a line that combines advanced visco foam with natural latex, and the Egel series. Englander’s coil-based collections include the recently introduced the Lifestyle series, Posture Support Plus, Energy Health Solutions line, and the new E Hotel collection. The company’s innerspring series include Lady Englander and Tension Ease.
About Symbol Mattress: Founded in 1962, Symbol Mattress is a Top 12 U.S. bedding producer dedicated to providing quality, comfort and value to retailers and offers a broad spectrum of mattress products at retail price points ranging from promotional to premium. Prominent collections include the company’s Signature and Comfort 4U lines, along with the new Unite series. The company has seven manufacturing locations in Reading, Pa.; Jasper, Ala.; Watertown, Wis.; Orlando, Fla.; Dayville, Conn. and Olive Branch, Miss., along with its factory and corporate headquarters in Richmond, Va.