Anatomic Global Expands Relationship With Mega Group
Furniture World Magazine
Anatomic Global, a leading U.S. manufacturer of memory foam mattresses, said that it had reached a new milestone with MEGA Group USA, where it now has more than 30 members of the prestigious buying group carrying its visco memory foam products. That number is more than double the number of a year ago.
“We have worked closely with MEGA Group and its members to provide the right merchandising, training and customer service support to build a nice business franchise with this important buying consortium,” said Anatomic Global National Sales Director Rick Vander Woude. “The key to our success has been the ability to tailor our programs to each individual retailer while upholding the commitments we have made to the national organization.”
Over the past 18 months, Anatomic Global has been expanding its relationship with several of the leading buying groups, which it sees as an important part of its business development strategy. Anatomic Global will be exhibiting at MEGA Group’s national conference, MEGA 2011 Fall Show, in Nashville, TN, August 25-28.
Anatomic Global currently provides group members with its Comfort by Design and EcoSeries mattress collections, mattress toppers, pillows and accessories.
Founded in 1989, Corona, California-based Anatomic Global is a fully integrated, EDI capable, globally positioned distribution, logistics and fulfillment-company that today incorporates the brand development and marketing insight of bedding industry leaders to meet the needs of its customers. Deeply rooted in the medical mattress industry, in 2008 the company applied its medical manufacturing expertise and launched the Comfort By Design Mattress brand featuring its signature, exclusive EcoMemoryFoam™ extreme open-cell plant-based memory foam. For more information, visit www.anatomicglobal.com.
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