Springs Global Reorganizes U.S. Business

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NEW YORK-Springs Global has set a new organization for its U.S. business, moving all of its branded and store-branded products here under the leadership of Joe Granger, president of the branded business.


The relocation affects the company's bedding, bath, tabletop, furniture, lighting and freestanding window products. The design, product development, merchandising, marketing and sales functions for these categories will all locate here from Fort Mill, S.C.


The core bedding businesses--including bed pillows, mattress pads and blankets, and global operations--will remain in Fort Mill under the leadership of Tom O'Connor, president of Springs Global U.S.


A company statement said, "This restructuring allows for the expertise currently focused on (Springs Global's) quickly expanding portfolio of global brands, to also focus on its very important store-branded business as well."

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