Interzum 2005 mattress-component offerings

Interzum Cologne provides a biennial chance for bedding makers and industry suppliers
to showcase themselves in Europe. On the following eight pages, BedTimes Features a
synopsis of products, services and innovations offered by exhibitors in the International
Sleep Products Association’s Bedding Centre, ISPA members and other companies. All
information has been provided by the vendors. The listings are arranged alphabetically by

American & Efird Inc.

Hall 10.1, Stand K027
In Cologne, this manufacturer of industrial sewing threads and related products will
exhibit its full line of polyester, nylon, polypropylene, Kevlar, Nomex and specialty
threads, along with precision pre–wound bobbins. Both soft and bonded threads will be
available. “We supply a thread for every application in mattress and bedding, upholstered
furniture and futon manufacturing,” the company says.
P.O. Box 507
Mount Holly, NC 28120
United States
Phone 704–827–4311
Fax 704–827–0974
Email [email protected]
Web address
Contact Robert Hallett

Anton Cramer & Co.

Hall 10.1, Stand E029
Anton Cramer & Co. offers what it describes as the “softest, most elegant double–knit
fabrics of the highest quality.” Its products include five new speciality fabrics. Clima
Cool, a fiber developed in the United States for the sportswear and health–care industries,
is now available to mattress manufacturers. Clima Cotton is described as a “new
generation” of 100% cotton fabric. Anton Cramer’s Aromatherapy fabric promises
consumers will “sleep well with the help of nature” and its Body Vital ticking is designed
to boost “the body’s self–healing power.” In addition, the company is offering a cashmere
mattress fabric.
Münsterstrasse 112
D–48268 Greven
Phone 49–2571–82121
Fax 49–2571–82477
Email [email protected]–
Web www.anton–
Contact Hans–Peter Schouwink
U.S. headquarters
CRISMOR International
5919 Intervale Drive
Riverside, CA 92506
United States
Phone 951–369–4971
Fax 951–369–4972
Email [email protected]
Web www.anton–
Contact Christian M. Mourguet


Hall 10.1, Stand K029
Arpico is a Sri Lankan–based manufacturer of latex foam for the bedding industry. Its
products are made of 100% natural latex foam with no fillers or synthetic latex. The
manufacturing process—from the cultivation of the latex milk to the finished product—is
owned and managed by Arpico. The company provides mattress cores in a range of
designs up to a single block size of 220x200x18cm. Its molded pillows range from bare
pillows to fully packaged, ready–for–sale products to custom–made products.
Richard Pieris Exports Ltd.
No. 310 High Level Road
Nawinna, Maharagama
Sri Lanka
Phone 94–114–30–2277
Fax 94–114–30–7100
Email [email protected]
Contact Mr. Sheran

Ateja Tritunggal Corp. PT

Hall 10.1, Stand C30
The company will show new products including knitted mattress fabrics that incorporate
lavender and jacquard fabrics containing 100% natural fibers in new constructions.
Jl. Raya Batujajar KM 2.8 Padalarang 40561
Bandung, Jawa Barat
Phone 62–22–6866322
Fax 62–22–6866320
Email [email protected]
Web Arifin Tjandra

Bodet & Horst GmbH

Hall 10.1, Stand G035
The company is presenting a new knitted mattress fabric made with Marquesa fibers to
create a “breakthrough technology” that uses no topical treatments. Inherently anti–
microbial, Marquesa is designed to inhibit odor and the growth of mildew and to wick
moisture and regulate body temperature. It also is stain resistant. It can be safely cleaned
with bleach, but “soap and water clean up is usually all that is required for most spills,”
according to the company.
Gewerbegebiet 9
D–09481 Elterlein
Phone 49–37349–697–0
Fax 49–37349–697–10
Email [email protected]–
Web www.bodet–horst.deContact Gerd–Hermann Horst

Burlington House

Hall 10.1, Stand K031
Burlington House Mattress Fabrics, a unit of the International Textile Group, will offer in
Cologne a large array of fabrics including terry cloth, single and double knits, velour and
a selection of traditional damasks ranging from promotional items to ultra high–end piece
dyes. “Burlington House is a commanding presence in the marketplace with our
unparalleled quality and service,” the company says. “Our manufacturing capabilities
allow for infinite opportunities in design and innovation, which optimize functionality
and bring to the market distinctive new products.”
804 Green Valley Road
Greensboro, NC
United States
Phone 336–379–2551
Fax 336–379–3256
Email [email protected]
Web www.burlingtonhouse.comContact Dennis St. Louis

CT Continental Ticking GmbH

Hall 9.1, Stand A008
CT Continental Ticking has supplied the mattress and upholstery industries for more than
40 years. The company’s products include textile components, mattress ticking, knitted
fabrics, multineedle and single–needle quilted materials, quilted borders, woven and
knitted tapes, jacquard tapes, handle tapes, mattress covers, accessories and machinery
needed for mattress production such as spring, quilting and sewing machines. At this
year’s Interzum, the company will show several products using new fibers: Amicor, Ingeo
(Mais), cashmere, Lyocell, Aerlan, Soya and silk. These fibers will be presented in
woven tickings, as well as knits.
Friedenstr 49
D–47623 Kevelaer
Phone 49–2832–505–0
Fax 49–2832–505–101
Email [email protected]–
Web www.matratzen–
Contact Klaus Schreiner

CTL International

Hall 9.1, Stand A020
The company will promote its CTL Mattress Border Machine, which the company says is
“the most reliable, fastest, easy–to–use border machine in the industry.” The machines are
made in Canada and provide automated high–speed, cut–to–length border measuring
technologies, plus installation and “twin bar tacking” of horizontal cloth handles,
automated twin vent installation, border marking systems, plastic back bar grommet feed
devices, dart cutters and automated border–closing capability with law–tag insertion.
140 Central Ave.
Hillside, NJ 07205
United States
Phone 973–282–0300
Fax 973–282–7627
Email [email protected]
Contact Garry Burgess


Hall 10.1, Stand H10/J11
In Cologne, DesleeClama will show a wide range of products from its Originals,
Elegance and Premium lines of knitted and woven fabrics. The company’s value–added
collection has a number of new items, including Airofeel, Tencel and Universum, in
addition to Ingeo. DesleeClama also is “reboosting” its Coolmax and Intense products
and launching DC6. “Be sure that we will have the marketing products you are looking
for,” the company says.
Bosstraat 21
8570 Vichte
Phone 32–56–78–88–11
Fax 32–2–380–13–64
Email [email protected]

Dunlopillo International

Hall 10.1, Stand E021
Celebrating more than 75 years in the industry, Dunlopillo offers Talalay latex mattress
and pillow cores and supplies some 80 countries with Dunlopillo–branded products. The
company says its products are thoroughly washed and dried and then packaged for
efficient shipping. “Dunlopillo stands out through the range of products it supplies in
terms of size, shape, composition, density and the combinations we put together to give a
unique feel and meet customers’ needs,” according to the company.
Station Road
Pannal, Harrogate
North Yorkshire HG3 1JL
Phone 44–1423–877726
Fax 44–1423–877704
Email [email protected]–
Contact Andrew Sparkes

Enbasa Laval

Hall 10.1, Stand H020/J021
This European ticking supplier has plants in Spain and France where it produces high–end
and high–tech mattress tickings that incorporate the newest yarns and finishes in a wide
range of constructions and styles. The company has worldwide sales and, to further its
sales in North America, it formed exclusive distribution partnerships with IBS (Latex
Canada) in Canada in the fall of 2004 and with Tietex International Ltd. in the United
States in January 2005.
Enrique Ballus S.L.
Passeig del Llussanes S/N
Sant Boi de Llussanes 08589
Phone 34–938–578–111
Fax 34–938–578–062
Email [email protected]
Contact Isidre Compta

Global Systems Group

Hall 9.1 A1/A4/C5
Global Systems Group will showcase several machines from its various divisions.
Centrixx, a twin–head, chain–stitch quilting machine by Gribetz International, sews a
range of single–needle scroll patterns (Class V). The BC–200M, a border measure, cut and
mark machine by Porter International features the computerized ability to store up to 99
SKUs and provides a user–friendly touch–screen interface. Porter’s SSB–500 single–sided
bed binder allows nonskid panels to be flanged and taped to the border in one step.
Porter’s FPT–1000 automatically sews simulated constructions or faux taped seams. The
Mattress Master 202–PE by Gateway Systems is the latest generation of tape–edge
3800 N.W. Fourth St.
Sunrise, FL 33325
United States
Phone 954–846–0300
Fax 954–846–0381
Email [email protected] or [email protected]
Contact Russ Bowman or Gary Bennett

IBI Kranj

Hall 10.1, Stand G35
During Interzum Cologne, IBI Kranj will introduce new mattress ticking constructions
that the company says will “fulfill the demands of the strictest flame–retardant world
Jelenceva ul.1
SI – 4000 – Kranj
Phone 386–4–280–12–00
Fax 386–4–280–12–02
Email [email protected]
Contact Tadej Markun

Innofa B.V.

Hall 10.1, Stand J20
Innofa will host a free factory tour for mattress manufacturers attending Interzum
Cologne. The tour is Thursday, April 28—the day before the show opens. Tour
participants will be picked up at Cologne central station and transferred by touring car. In
addition to the guided tour of the factory, there will be presentations and a guided visit of
a bedding store. For information or reservations, contact Innofa at 31–013–52–99–960 or
[email protected].
Minosstraat 20
5048 CK Tilburg
The Netherlands
Phone 31–13–52–99–960
Fax 31–13–52–99–961
Email [email protected]
Contact Ans Veerkamp

Kayfoam Woolfson

Hall 10.1, Stand 031
Kaymed’s product line has undergone a makeover and the company will showcase at
Interzum its new Kaymed Visco Airlayer construction for mattresses and pillows. The
material is a combination of Kaymed’s ultra–sensitive high–density visco–elastic (85kg to
100kg/m3 or 5.5–pound to 6–pound) combined with a three–dimensional vertical textile,
the Airlayer. “Independent comparative tests demonstrate that the Kaymed Visco
Airlayer provides superior body cushioning and micro–climate resulting in a fresher and
more comfortable sleep,” the company says.
Bluebell Industrial Estate
Naas Road
Dublin 12
Phone 353–1–4192999
Fax 353–1–4602574
Email [email protected]
Contact Nicola Gernon

Lady Americana

Hall 10.1, Stand K023
In Cologne, the manufacturer and licensing company will introduce its Evolution line of
bedding. “Evolution represents more than a year of in–depth research into the perfect
combinations of latex that are designed to hit strategic price points between $999 and
$1,499 retail,” the company says. Evolution rounds out a line of Lady American
mattresses that include the Elite collection with pocketed coils, Backmaster with steel–
encased springs, Americana with foam encasement, Memory Spa visco–elastic line and
the luxury Millionaire line.
3920 W. I–40 Service Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
United States
Phone 800–869–9480
Fax 405–951–1379
Email [email protected]
Contact Kerry Tramel

Latex International

Hall 10.1, Stand J30
Latex International introduces new Talalay latex pillows and mattresses in Cologne. The
company’s molded, zoned Talalay latex pillow features a firm perimeter to support the
neck and a plush inner zone to cradle the head. For consumers who prefer the feel of
down but don’t like how the pillows flatten, the company offers the Comfort Puff, which
combines the support and resilience of latex with the luxury and “scrunchable” feel of
down. Latex International also unveils three– and five–zone Talalay mattress toppers with
improved zones of comfort and support for the shoulder, lumbar and hip areas of the
510 River Road
Shelton, CT 06484
United States
Phone 800–528–3987 (800–LATEX–US)
Fax 203–924–0699
Email [email protected]
Contact Kevin Stein


Hall 10.1, Stand K10/ J11
Latexco will showcase its newest super–soft latex foam quilting rolls, which, the
company says, provide a “super–soft feel combined with the perfect support.” The
company also will showcase new latex foam toppers that are combined with other foams
and produced in one–piece king sizes without glue. The company also is offering a latex
foam called Innergetic that is intended “to return more energy to the sleeper, ensuring an
energetic day after a good night’s rest.”
Sint–Amandstraat 8 Bis
8700 Tielt
Phone 32–51–40–14–31
Fax 32–51–40–55–66
Email [email protected]
Contact Vincent Gesquière


Hall 9.1, Stand A030/B031
MAMMUT USA and Nähmaschinenfabrik Emil Stutznäcker GmbH will be showcasing
the newest products in the MAMMUT quilting machine line. They include the VMK
CNC series: double–lock, chain–stitch, multineedle quilting system with individual needle
programming, synchronized roller trough for ticking and backing, adjustable presser foot,
conformity cutting, improved My MAMMUT Pattern Programming, quick change for
needles and loopers, and top and bottom thread cutters. P2A: chain–stitch panel quilting
system with continuous processing of rolled material; single–needle quilting with one or
two sewing heads for increased productivity. VM7: lock–stitch, multineedle quilter with
speeds up to 1500rpm in line with Nowo carding line for comforter production.
P.O. Box 127
Carver, MN 55315
United States
Phone 952–448–1935
Fax 952–448–1955
Email [email protected]
Contact Peter B. Poulsen

Monks International

Hall 10.1, Stand D001
Monks International is introducing what it calls “masterly combinations” of double–knit
fabrics and jacquard woven damasks. “The dazzling designs and innovations of our
quality fabrics give you the finest looks to enhance the comfort and value of your
mattresses,” the company says.
Monks International
Grote Molstenstraat 21
8710 Wielsbeke
Phone 32–56–67–16–00
Fax 32–56–66–66–66
Email [email protected]
Contact Gino Beyls

Nowo Textile Machinery

Hall 9.1, Stand A034/B035
Nowo Textile Machinery offers a new quilting line combined directly with the
MAMMUT multineedle machine. Nowo Textile Machinery has designed a new compact
line, Nowo Q, for quilting production. Quilt, bedspread and mattress panel fillings are fed
directly from the bales for what the company says is “substantial logistical and financial
savings.” “The Nowo line is especially tuned to process good quality polyester fiber,
which results in very lofty and soft but at the same time resilient products,” according to
the company. Nowo Textile Machinery is exhibiting jointly with MAMMUT and
Nähmaschinenfabrik Emil Stutznäcker GmbH.
Artturinkatu 2
20200 Turku
Phone 358–2–4808 1105
Fax 358–2–4808 1111
Email veli–[email protected]
Contact Veli–Pekka Anttila


Hall 10.1, Stand K033
The company offers OHM–WARE, a Web–centric, fully integrated manufacturing
software for accounting, production, operations, sales, marketing and purchasing that
requires only a browser at the client to execute. The company has a bedding industry–
specific package with methods for entering the bill of material; order entry for specific
price lists; return tracking for resell, tear down or repair; increasing inventory turns;
handling promotional monies; advertising allowances; and scanning to the trucks for
verification before shipments. A report writer is included with the base package, which
offers field–level security. Product selection includes Intranet and Internet processing.
10250 Chester Road
Cincinnati, OH 45215
United States
Phone 513–771–0008
Fax 513–771–0101
Email [email protected]
Contact Catherine Anbil

Pointex SPA

Hall 10.1, Stand C18
Pointex is offering a number of performance fabrics at Interzum Cologne. The softness
and brightness of Sensovel provides “a natural feeling of freshness,” the company says.
Anti–bacterial Amicor Pure is designed to reduce dust mites for asthma and allergy relief
and its Coolmax fabrics control moisture and body temperature.
Via Brunelleschi 16/20
50010 CAPALLE (FI)
Phone 055–897–93–80
Fax 055–896–61–89
Email [email protected]
Contact Gianluca Fanfani

Restonic Mattress Corp.

Hall 10.1, Stand K021A
Bedding maker Restonic has licenses available in several marketplaces. International
Restonic licenses include Taiwan, China, Japan, Australia, Barbados, Canada, Dubai, the
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Philippines and South Africa. These
international partners use Restonic technology, marketing programs and expertise to
grow their business and increase profitability. “Restonic’s proprietary technology,
support programs and Web site can assist you in differentiating your product line from
your competitors,” the company says.
385 Court St., Ste. 210
Plymouth, MA 02360
United States
Phone 508–732–9805
Fax 508–732–9808
Email [email protected]
Contact David Tarbet

Rudolf Grauer AG

Hall 9.1, Stand A024
Rudolf Grauer, a family–owned company established in 1952, now has agencies in more
than 50 countries that support its worldwide sales activities. Its products include
automatic staple machines, hog–ring machines, office clip machines, wire coat hanger
machines and concrete fiber machines. The company, which is ISO 9001–certified, also
offers custom solutions for customers. “Thanks to our own designers and production
workers, we guarantee high flexibility,” the company says.
Taastrasse 12
Degersheim CH9113
Phone 41–71–372–8040
Fax 41–71–372–8045
Email [email protected]
Contact Nancy Kraus


Hall 9.1, Stand A036
SIMALFA provides water–based adhesives specifically designed for the bedding industry
and will be showing its newest rollable technology, SIMALFA 805. SIMALFA’s
“nonhazardous, environmentally friendly” products “increase profitability by providing
faster production speed along with a high–quality final bond for your customers,” the
company says. The products are designed to allow manufacturers to build foam–encased
mattresses complete, to laminate foam–core mattresses (polyurethane, latex and visco–
elastic) and to bond pillow–top panels and tape edge.
15 Lincoln St.
Hawthorne, NJ 07506
United States
Phone 973–423–9266
Fax 973–423–9264
Email [email protected]
Darren Gilmore

Starsprings International

Hall 9.1, Stand B028
Starsprings is offering two new pocketed innerspring systems. Its Super Low Pocket has
several unique properties, including multidirectional flexibility and a lower profile.
FlexiZone has what the company considers “a cost–effective, heat–treated pocketed
system that can be customized for virtually any mattress design.”
Box 44, S–524 21
Phone 46–0–513–17800
Fax 46–0–513–17802
Email [email protected]
Contact Kai Christensen

Tenotes SPA
Hall 10.1, Stand N020
For more than 35 years, Tenotes has produced and delivered worldwide printed textiles
for the bedding and furniture industries through a vertically integrated process. At
Tenotes, the company says, “you may find first–class quality and service,” as well as “the
competence and creativity of the “Made in Como” label in design, printing and
finishing.” Its brands include STARRYNIGHTEX and it offers more than 1,500 original
patterns, including promotional designs and logos. “The quality of our products has
always been our pride,” the company says.
Via Grigna 20
Canzo (CO) 22035
Phone 39–031–68–27–68
Fax 39–031–68–42–77
Email [email protected]
Contact Elena Ticozzi–Valerio

Interzum Cologne: Working the show

What to see

Machines, materials and components for bedding and mattress production. (See list of exhibitors on Page 42 and in the BedTimes Interzum Directory insert).

If you’re wandering about, you also can see materials and components for the production of case goods and kitchen cabinetry; semi–finished cabinet, office and modular furniture; finished furniture; and fabrics and leather for furnishings.

Remember, this is the world’s largest international home furnishings manufacturing trade show.

Where to see it

Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany
ISPA Bedding Centre

The ISPA Bedding Centre is in Hall 10.1. If you’re new to Interzum, the Bedding Centre is the perfect starting point, offering you a friendly place where you can get your bearings and begin your exploration of the show. If you’re an Interzum veteran, you’ll still want to stop by, visit with colleagues and take a break from the exhibition floor.

ISPA Exhibitors

Members of the International Sleep Products Association are exhibiting in Halls 9.1 and 10.1.

When to see it

Friday, April 29–Tuesday, May 3
• Hours for exhibitors 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Hours for visitors 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Who will be there

• 1,502 exhibitors from 57 countries
• 54,000 visitors from 130 countries
(2003 figures)

For more information

Interzum Cologne • Koelnmesse • Cologne, Germany
Phone 49–221–821–3998 •

ISPA Bedding Centre • Phone 703–683–8371
Fax 703–683–4503 •


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