Line offers four technologies: Foam, gel, latex and air

Perry, David
May 2008
Furniture/Today;May2008 Supplement, Vol. 32, p34
Trade Publication
The article reports on the four sleep technologies offered by Kaymed, an Irish bedding producer, which gives U.S. consumers a great night's sleep. David Woolfson, global product head of Kaymed, said they offer different ways of achieving a great night sleep such as memory foam, gel, latex and air. He added that these four technologies are all combined in Kaymed's new SleepSpa line, relaunched in the U.S. market. Kaymed has been a global leader in the specialty sleep market.


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