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Classic Brands to Open California Factory and Warehouse

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Classic Brands reports that it is set to open a new factory, warehouse and office in Long Beach, California, to better serve its West Coast customers. Designed to serve as the primary landing point for the company’s products sourced from Asia, the 157,000-square-foot facility will simplify shipping for retailers and help control freight costs.

In addition to manufacturing the company’s extensive bedding line, the facility will include a production line to manufacture foundations. The company will employ about 30 people.

The new facility will supplement the company’s two primary production and warehouse sites at its headquarters in Jessup, Maryland, that encompass about 170,000 square feet.

“This new facility will improve our service to our West Coast retail customers, and streamline the logistics for all of our dealers,” said Michael Zippelli, CEO of Classic Brands. “Our new location will make it easy to order from us from anywhere in the country. We’re excited to be able to make these service and product upgrades. It will keep us at the forefront of designing and producing innovative products to help people get a better night’s sleep.”



More about Classic Brands: Classic Brands uses the finest materials from around the world including all-natural and high-performance covers, Talalay and Dunlop latex, memory foam, gel-infused memory foam, innerspring and wrapped coil hybrid. Classic’s line of gel-memory foam and hybrid mattresses, with various luxurious constructions, represents the fastest growing segment of the bedding market. Classic Brands is committed to being on the cutting edge of designing and producing innovative products for people to sleep healthier. Its sleep systems are designed to help you get the maximum benefit out of each night of sleep. For more information, visit www.ClassicMattress.com.


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