November mattress sales decline slightly

ISPA logoThe International Sleep Product Association’s November Bedding Barometer reports that U.S. mattress sales declined 1.3% to $409.2 million in November, while unit sales dropped 2.5%, as compared with the same month in 2012.

Average unit selling prices showed a modest increase of 1.2% to $229.79 in November, as compared with the same month of the previous year. The AUSP for mattresses was $343.84, an increase of 2.3%; the AUSP for foundations was $80.88, a 3.3% decrease, as compared with November 2012.

Year-to-date, unit shipments and wholesale revenues showed positive gains, as compared with the same period in 2013, rising by 1.3% and 1.7%, respectively. The year-to-date average unit selling price increased by 0.4%.

The Bedding Barometer reports U.S. sales activity (including Puerto Rico) for 14 U.S. mattress producers. The participating companies accounted for 70% of the mattress units shipped and 78.5% of the wholesale market revenue for mattresses sold in 2012. The experience of these participants as a group does not necessarily reflect those of the entire mattress manufacturing industry.

For more information about the statistical data and market forecasts that ISPA regularly publishes (paid content), check the statistics tab at the ISPA website.


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