Leading hospitality bed manufacturer Harrison Spinks has revealed plans to invest £9m as part of a five-year strategy to grow the business and develop the next generation of beds.
The new strategy, which aims to position the company as leaders in sustainable mattress and comfort innovation, follows a significant 40% growth over the last two years.
The investment includes a new site at the company’s Leeds-based factory to house a larger innovation and technology centre, and additional offices for the expanding team.
As well as quadrupling capacity at the Harrison Spinks natural fillings plant, the company is also investing in machinery, wire drawing and spring technology.
The company has also revealed that they are well on their way to developing a glue-free, chemical-free bed to offered alongside the brand’s foam-free mattresses.
Simon Spinks, managing director of Harrison Spinks, said: “The £9m investment will certainly pave the way for our new direction and five-year plan to be world-leaders in sustainable bed technology. Our spring technology has found its way into all sorts of products from seating to footwear, but we are renewing our focus on products and components for sleep; it’s who we are, the original sleep tailors.”