Pure LatexBliss launches retail distribution in Asia
April 12, 2013-- Furniture Today,
The latex bedding products are produced in the United States and shipped to Hong Kong, a reversal of the more common approach of Asianmade home furnishings being shipped to the U.S.
Pure LatexBliss mattresses, pillows and toppers are being introduced in Sofamark showrooms in Sheung Wan, Taikoo and Kwun Tong. The products are specially designed to meet consumers' sleep products preferences in the Hong Kong market.
More than 75 guests attended a recent grand opening event at the Langham Hong Kong Hotel. Latex International President and CEO Dave Fisher, Vice President of Strategic Marketing Tomas Eisenberg, and Pure LatexBliss President Kurt Ling represented the company at the festivities, joined by Sofamark directors Jack Kwan and Nelson Lau.
"We couldn't be more excited about our new relationship with Sofamark as they share our enthusiasm for bringing the Pure LatexBliss brand and our ‘lift, relax, relieve' message to the Hong Kong market," said Ling. "Hong Kong represents an important first step for our China expansion plans as it remains the leading luxury goods market in the region. Sofamark customers value U.S.-manufactured goods, and it is our privilege to provide them with the finest quality sleep products available in the world today."
All Pure LatexBliss products exported to Asia will be manufactured in the United States at the company's Shelton, Conn., facility. The company will also introduce an exclusive, ultra luxury collection customized for the Asian consumer, with new mattress profiles including 13-inch, 14-inch and 15- inch all-latex beds. The pricing for the mattresses ranges from $2,500 to $8,000.
The Asian push is part of the company's international growth plans. Pure LatexBliss currently does business in 17 countries and has regional distribution centers in the United Kingdom, France, Asia and Canada, in addition to its six U.S. domestic facilities.
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