The National Bed Federation (NBF) has accepted two new members to the association – bed manufacturer Dreamland Beds (Midlands) Ltd and Homeserve Furniture Repairs Ltd.
Birmingham-based Dreamland Beds has joined as an Approved Manufacturer after successfully passing the stringent NBF Code of Practice audit.
On-site repairs and inspection company, Homeserve Furniture Repairs, is headquartered in the West Midlands and has become a Supplier Member.
Membership to the association includes a total of 65 UK bed and mattress manufacturers with the remainder being suppliers to the trade. The NBF has seen membership double in the last 10 years.
Dreamland Beds manufactures several brands under its name includingHealthiposture and William Night Beds.
Sales director for the company, Mark Veitch, says: “With our ambitious plans to grow the business over the next few years we see membership of the NBF as an integral part of achieving that. As well as investing in a new senior management structure, by the end of 2017 we will have invested almost £2.5m to become one of the most automated and up to date bed factories in Europe.
“Compliance with the NBF Code of Practice and building our presence within the trade – including attendance at the Bed Show 2017 – all helps to further cement our commitment to the industry and growing Dreamland Beds as a company.”
Established in 2004, Homeserve Furniture Repairs offers a nationwide domestic and commercial repair service on leather furniture, car interiors, soft furnishings, upholstery, beds and cabinets.
Simon Williams, NBF marketing manager added: “We are delighted to welcome our latest members who clearly value the benefits belonging to the federation brings to their business.
“We look forward to them playing an active role within our association.”
The National Bed Federation is the recognised trade association representing UK manufacturers of beds and their suppliers. Founded in 1912, its members today account for about 70% of the total UK mattress sector turnover.