Hollander Completes Acquisition of Louisville Bedding Retail Business

Chris BakerChris Baker

BOCA RATON, Fla.-Hollander Home Fashions has closed on its acquisition of the retail business of Louisville Bedding Co.

According to a joint statement from the two companies, Hollander will now operate under the name Hollander Sleep Products. The purchase brings Louisville Bedding's brand portfolio and mattress-pad production facilities in the United States and Canada under the Hollander umbrella. As announced when the deal was disclosed last month, Louisville Bedding is holding onto its contract bedding-component business.

Chris Baker, Hollander's CEO, said, "The acquisition boosts our brand portfolio and provides additional manufacturing facilities in North America, expanding our capabilities and enhancing our distribution network."

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