Hollander acquires Pacific Coast Feather Company
June 9, 2017,
Boca Raton, Fla. – Hollander Sleep Products just made itself the largest seller of home textiles in the U.S. market.
The manufacturer of synthetic filled bedding product announced it has acquired Pacific Coast Feather Company, manufacturer of down and down-alternative bedding.
The combined company outpaces the $669 million generated by multi-category giant Welspun last year.
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
The melded company will retain the corporate name of Hollander Sleep Products. Pacific Coast Feather Company ceo Joe Crawford will serve as president of PCF and report to Hollander ceo, Mark Eichhorn.
Operational and organizational details will be worked out as the integration process takes place, according to Hollander’s announcement.
"The combination will form a stronger company through a focus on innovation and quality, as well as manufacturing efficiencies, and will provide improved value for customers and consumers alike," said Eichhorn.
"We're very pleased to be joining the Hollander team and helping to create an even greater company," said Crawford. "Bringing together two century-old, American-made companies with unique yet complementary expertise will result in an unequaled resource for the industry."
Hollander’s brands include Ralph Lauren, Simmons, Beautyrest, Nautica, Waverly, and Live Comfortably. Hollander operates its main showroom in New York City, has three sales offices, eight manufacturing facilities throughout the United States and Canada and offices in China and India.
Seattle-based Pacific Coast Feather Company’s brands include Pacific Coast, Calvin Klein Home, Jockey, Spring Air, 37.5 Technology, Tahari Home, Restful Nights and Sleep for Success by Dr. James B. Maas, as well as many retailer-owned brands.
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