“We can talk about a growth of at least 30 to 50 per cent this and next year,” the head of Bed Factory Eesti Indrek Aasna told business daily Äripäev.
Already last year, more than 30 new employees were hired to start working at the company’s plant in Viljandi but plans for further growth are bigger.
“Our main export markets have been Scandinavia and other closer European countries: Denmark, Poland, Germany.” said Aasna. “But if we are able to do our work well, there are most probably other markets for our products.”
According to Aasna, growth in Estonia was not the only possible choice for Tempur Sealy. What helped the corporation make their decision, were good communication, attitude and competences of the Estonian partner and Tempor Sealy’s prior experience with products made in Estonia.