Innocor Relocates NYC Showroom

SLI-SI-001_TRANSFORM COLOR_01_TPWEST LONG BRANCH, N.J.-Innocor, the new company created by the recent merger of Sleep Innovations and Flexible Foam Products, has taken showroom space at 1115 Broadway, New York City.

The new location will add 700 square feet of usable showroom space to Sleep Innovations' previous showroom, which was at 261 Fifth Ave., also in New York City. It will display products and innovations from both of the recently combined companies, and the name on the door will be Innocor. It will be open for this September's New York Home Fashions Market.

An Innocor spokeswoman said the new space will be designed to be very flexible and to be quickly modified based on customer and product requirements.

Innocor is an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners, of which both Sleep Innovations and Flexible Foam Products were also affiliates.

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