Enterprise Europe Network (Profile: BRUK20200629001)
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UK supplier of traceable wool mattress components seeks North American partners to manufacture its products under licence
This UK company specialises in the supply of traceable British wool products to industries including mattress and bedding manufacturers, carpets, upholstery, insulation and home knitting.
As part of its international growth plans, the firm now seeks partners in North America (USA, Canada and Mexico) who would be interested in manufacturing its traceable, eco-friendly and sustainable mattress and bedding components under licence.
The UK company is a long-established business, having been founded in 1888, and supplies quality wool and biodegradable fibres, offering sustainable and traceable products to spinners, weavers, brands and manufacturers. Indeed, over the years, it has become a leading authority on wool fibre technologies, traceable and treated British wool fibre and regeneratively farmed wool.
The company supplies its products into a wide range of industries including carpet and upholstery manufacturing, home and garment insulation, mattress and bedding production as well as the traditional home knitting market. It works closely with its network of wool growers, thus ensuring both the quality and full traceability of its supplies. With sustainability being one of its key business drivers, it has worked hard in recent years to develop new and innovative uses for this biodegradable and sustainable resource.
From its very beginnings the company has worked in international markets and continues to trade with customers around the world. In recent times, it has detected a strong potential demand for its traceable and eco-friendly mattress and bedding components in the North American markets and, in order to meet this demand, it would now like to partner with companies who would be interested in manufacturing its products under licence. This collaboration model would allow it to make these products available in the USA, Canada and Mexico in an efficient and cost-effective way, whilst keeping its environmental impact low.
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